DRC Wiki CFP – Call for Participation Spring 2015

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Happy Wiki Wednesday! This week we’re excited to announce that we’ve streamlined the registration process for becoming a DRC Wiki Editor. We here at the Digital Rhetoric Collaborative have embraced the wiki as a technology to crowd-source publication, curation, and sharing of disciplinary knowledge. Whether you’re an advanced undergraduate student, a graduate student, new PhD, or a seasoned instructor and scholar, we welcome your contributions to the community resource that is the DRC Wiki.

We invite you to try out our new registration process and become a DRC Wiki Editor Today!

1. Create a U-M Friend Account here: https://friend.weblogin.umich.edu/friend/.
2. After confirming your account, log into the DRC Wiki with your U-M Friend account name and password.

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Contact DigitalRhetoricCollaborative@umich.edu with any additional questions (please use the subject line: DRC Wiki help question).

Not sure where to start with your DRC Wiki Entries?

The DRC Wiki is a compendium of information and wisdom about digital rhetoric, computers and writing, and their digital relations near and far. Whether you’re working in online writing instruction or the digital humanities, we invite scholars of all ranks, students and instructors–whether K-12 teachers or college professors, to participate in this collaborative effort to write and edit content in the DRC Wiki, a compendium of information and shared knowledge about digital rhetoric, computers and writing, and their digital relations. The DRC Wiki is organized around collecting knowledge around the following topics:

Some suggestions for editing those entries include:

Instructors: Add a syllabus, site or article to our list of Teaching Resources.
PhD Students: Turn a summary of an influential book or article from your exam notes into a starter entry for our section on Key Texts.
Students: Add something you learned in a course this week to our Key Concepts.
Everyone: Doing something particularly interesting or exciting at your school with computers and writing – a digital certificate, a digital humanities center, a multiliteracy center, or another resource supporting multimodal projects? Write up a quick blurb and add it to the “Institutions” section of the Institutions, Organizations and Conferences page.

So, register and start editing today!
1. Create a U-M Friend Account here https://friend.weblogin.umich.edu/friend/.
2. After confirming your account, log into the wiki with your U-M Friend account name and password.

We look forward to seeing and featuring your contributions on the DRC Wiki soon!

About Author(s)

A Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative fellow in 2013-14 and 2014-15, Brenta Blevins is an Assistant Professor of Writing Studies and Digital Studies at the University of Mary Washington. She completed her PhD in digital rhetoric and composition at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro where her dissertation examined the rhetoric and literacy of virtual, augmented, and mixed reality. She previously worked in the software development industry. Her current research interests include Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Mixed Reality, digital literacy and digital pedagogy, and multiliteracy/multimodality.

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