DRC Wiki Quest at Computers and Writing 2015


The DRC is organizing an edit-a-thon for the DRC Wiki at Computers and Writing 2015. We’ll be sitting at a Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative table (Jarvis Science Hall Concourse) throughout the conference and presenting in session E2.

If you want hands-on experience editing a wiki or an opportunity to examine classroom wiki activities, consider taking part in the DRC Wiki’s edit-a-thon during the Computers and Writing 2015 conference.

How To Play 

  1. Stop by our table (Jarvis Science Hall Concourse) to pick up a GameSheet DRC Wiki Handout and . The Handout provides instructions for registering and contributing to the DRC Wiki. The GameSheet (see below) helps you keep track of your edits and other “quests.” For every numbered task completed (e.g. “3. Make your first edit”), you’ll place a sticker on the GameSheet.
  2. Get busy editing! See how many tasks you can get through during the conference.
  3. Stop back at our Table to check in with your completed GameSheet. Score prizes made from upcycled tech: Computer Bug Pins, Computer Key Bracelets, Floppy Disk Pen Holder, and more.

Come see us at Computers and Writing 2015! We look forward to meeting you–at our table or in our session!

Wiki Quest GameBoard


  • 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 mattvetter.net

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