This year, make collaboration happen on DRC’s Collaborative Forum

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DRC’s Collaborative Forum extends the possibilities of collaboration to the DRC community and beyond.  This is a place where collaboration isn’t just talked about and encouraged; it happens.

Maybe a scholar has a killer theoretical project and wants to take it to the web.

Maybe a developer/designer wants a new challenge.

Maybe a teacher wants to know how to use Twitter as a class discussion forum.

OR

Maybe you want to know the best hosting service for a wordpress site.

Maybe you want to know what information you should have on your professional website.

On this forum, you can reach out to a large network to seek insights and expertise for a particular project or for more general knowledge.  Not sure how to do something or where to go to find out?  Ask.  Here, we hope scholars, teachers, and students can join forces.  Digital rhetoricians of all sorts interested in developing studies, projects, and texts can work together.  We hope this venue will also help us welcome new members to the community and promote innovation in the field.

Create a project dream-team.  Pair up with a researcher who has a similar agenda but works hundreds of miles away.  So many possibilities.

When you’re ready, post a discussion that announces your idea, project, or question and details the type of collaboration you are seeking.  Or, browse discussions and get involved.  Help us build a collaborative network.

You can access the forum either directly on the web or by clicking on the link to Forum in the top navigation of this site.

To post a discussion, first you need to become a member of our Google Group.  But it’s easy.  If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email Lindsey Harding.

About Author(s)

Lindsey Harding graduated from the University of Georgia in May 2015 with her Ph.D. in English. She is now the Assistant Director of the Writing Intensive Program at UGA. Her research and writing interests include composition and rhetoric, creative writing, and digital humanities. In May 2011, she graduated from Sewanee University’s School of Letters with her M.F.A. in creative writing. She earned her B.A. from Columbia University in 2004. She lives in Athens, Georgia, with her husband and three small children.

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