Revisit Last Night’s #DRCchat


(As of 2/2/2018 this storify has been archived and shared below)

Last night's Twitter #DRCchat turned out out to be quite a lively discussion! The conversation was so rich, in fact, that we couldn't even get to all our prepared questions. The chat was meant to extend and enrich our most recent Blog Carnival on Multimodality and Multilingualism and I think we were incredibly successful in that regard. I especially like this mode of discussion as a means to take the Carnival beyond the "walls" of the DRC and encourage more voices in the twittersphere. Moderators @linzharding and @rhetgrrrl posed a number of fascinating discussion questions and joined in on the conversation as well. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this event! Revisit last night's chat in a "storified" round-up of questions and responses, below:


  • Matthew Vetter

    VIsiting Assistant Professor of English at Ohio University Zanesville, Matthew Vetter earned his PhD from Ohio University in 2015, where he previously served as Assistant Director of Composition. His research and professional interests include digital rhetoric and humanities, writing program administration, and composition pedagogy. Vetter is a former Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Graduate Fellow and current editor of PraxisWiki, a section of Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy. Check out his portfolio at

Leave A Reply