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Volume 54, December 2019

Using Google Docs for Peer-then-Teacher Review on Middle School Students’ Writing
Kalianne L. Neumann, Theodore J. Kopcha

A Review of Sounding Composition: Multimodal Pedagogies for Embodied Listening, Steph Ceraso. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (2018), 193 pp
Jason Chew Kit Tham

Rhetorical Listening Pedagogy: Promoting Communication Across Cultural and Societal Groups with Video Narrative
Wenqi Cui

Algorithmic Circulation: How Content Creators Navigate the Effects of Algorithms on Their Work
Angela Glotfelter

Technological Efficiency in The Learning Management System: A Wicked Problem with Sustainability for Online Writing Instruction
Allison Hutchison

The Digital Sensorium: Considering the Senses in Website Design
Nathaniel T. Voeller

Stigma in the Comments Section: Feminist and Anti-Feminist Discussions Online
Gina Kruschek

Text, Image, Data, Interaction: Understanding Information Visualization
Madeleine Sorapure

A Framework for Internet Case Study Methodology in Writing Studies
John R. Gallagher

Online Public Spheres in the Era of Fake News: Implications for the Composition Classroom
Dan Ehrenfeld, Matt Barton

Thinking Globally, Composing Locally: Rethinking Online Writing in the Age of the Global Internet, Rich Rice, Kirk St.Amant (Eds.). Utah State University Press, Logan, UT (2018), 365 pp
Joy Brown

A Research Methodology of Interdependence through Video as Method
Crystal VanKooten

Teaching Writing with Language Feedback Technology
Fei Victor Lim, Jean Phua

Chinese Writing Composition Among CFL Learners: A Comparison Between Handwriting and Typewriting
Qi Zhang, Ge Min

“I could get lit to Madonna:” Soundscapes & the First Year Writer’s Composing Process
Christina Rowell, Amy Flick

State of the Field: Teaching with Digital Tools in the Writing and Communication Classroom
Joy Robinson, Lisa Dusenberry, et al.

Deliberative Drifting: A Rhetorical Field Method for Audience Studies on Social Media
Sarah A. Riddick

Online Metaphorical Feedback and Students’ Textual Revisions: An Embodied Cognitive Experience
Beth L. Hewett, Terese Thonus

 

 



Computers and Composition Awards

Computers and Composition Charles Moran Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Field

Dates of eligibility for all awards are January 1 thru December 31 of the previous year.

The Charles Moran Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Field, inaugurated in 2003 in honor of the 20th anniversary of Computers and Composition, recognizes exemplary scholarship and professional service to the field of computers and writing.

The award celebrates the first 20 years of the journal (1983-2003) in which Charles Moran not only contributed over 30 publications-books, articles, chapters-to the profession but also supported the growth of the journal and field in multiple ways as a valued member of the Computers and Composition Editorial Board. We can think of no other person who better exemplifies what it means to be an esteemed scholar and colleague in these rapidly changing times of the information age.

The award is also designed to complement the journal's other awards--the Hugh Burns Dissertation Award, the Ellen Nold Best Article Award, and the Distinguished Book Award--all presented annually at the Computers and Writing Conference. The Charles Moran Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Field will be given at the Computers and Writing Conference.

Please send letters of nomination for the Charles Moran Award outlining the candidate's ongoing contributions to the field in scholarship and service by March 15 to:

Dr. Kristine L. Blair
Charles Moran Award
McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts
Duquesne University
Pittsburgh, PA 15282


Charles Moran Award Recipients

2018
Jody Shipka
University of Maryland, Baltimore County

2017
Cheryl Ball
Wayne State University

2016
Stephanie Vie
University of Central Florida

2015
Douglas Eyman
George Mason University

2014
Richard (Dickie) Selfe
The Ohio State University

2013
Danielle Nicole DeVoss
Michigan State University

2012
Gail Hawisher
University of Illinois
Cynthia Selfe
The Ohio State University

2011
Carl Whithaus
University of California, Davis

2010
Jonathan Alexander
University of California, Irvine

2009
Kristine Blair
Bowling Green State University

2008
David Blakesley
Purdue University

2007
Nick Carbone
Bedford/St. Martin's

2006
James Kalmbach
Illinois State University

2005
Michael Day
Northern Illinois University

2004
Janice R. Walker
Georgia State University

2003
Mike Palmquist
Colorado State University