Happy Wiki Wednesday! This week we’re shining a spotlight on two sections of the DRC Wiki – a unique resource that harnesses the crowd-sourcing affordances of the wiki to create a compendium of information on digital rhetorics. The best part about this resource is that it provides immediate access to a range of information, including journals, conferences and websites in the fields of computers and writing, digital rhetorics, and digital humanities. It’s easy to forget about these resources, and you can miss out on a lot if you’re not checking in. The Wiki brings these resources together in one place and also encourages readers to participate by editing entries or adding new ones. Check out two of our favorites below and explore the wiki for yourself!
The “Websites” section features a number of great resources in digital rhetorics and humanities. What would you add?
The “Journals” section is a terrific for getting graduate students acquainted with major journals in technology, rhetoric, media, and humanities. A title in red indicates that entry has not yet been created. So there are plenty of opportunities for students or others in the field to become more familiar with an academic journal, and in the process, contribute to our growing database. Remember, the DRC Wiki is a work-in-progress. We want your help!
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