Author: Amy Cicchino

Amy Cicchino is a doctoral candidate at Florida State University specializing in writing program administration and digital composition pedagogy.

Presenters: Brett Keegan (Syracuse University), Michael Black (University of Massachusetts-Lowell), Estee Beck (University of Texas-Arlington), and Rebecca Petitti (University of Massachusetts-Amherst). Chair: Derek Mueller (Virginia Tech University) This panel discussed digital practices across social, classroom, and programmatic contexts. Despite initial technical issues, which were especially problematic given the topic, digitality, the panelists were quick to bring in an ancillary projector and deliver wonderful presentations with stimulating discussion following. Brett Keegan, “Rights to Their Writing: Copyright & Composition” Brett Keegan began the conversation with his presentation on networked selves, with special attention given to the role of algorithms in constructing digital…

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