Many thanks to an amazing team of reviewers and editors who worked tirelessly to bring you the news and views from the 2015 Computers & Writing conference in Menomonie! Click below to check out reviews of keynotes and individual sessions that delve into what it means to engage seriously with issues of access and equity, teach composition with and through technologies, attend to embodied and material aspects of digital writing, craft and perform online identities, and leverage social media for social justice. And we want you to join in and enrich the conversation! Please leave comments and ideas-in-progress, and link to your own reviews, blog posts, or online content. Boost the signal on Twitter (tag #cwcon) and Facebook, and help us continue the conversations started at the conference. To see a list of all the sessions and participants at this year’s conference, please visit the Computers & Writing 2015 website.
2015 C&W REVIEW TEAM: Merideth Garcia, University of Michigan; Anne Ruggles Gere, University of Michigan; Laura Gonzales, Michigan State University; Naomi Silver, University of Michigan