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Volume 62, December 2021

Social presence in online writing instruction: Distinguishing between presence, comfort, attitudes, and learning
Mary K. Stewart

Circulatory interfaces: Perpetuating power through practices, content, and positionality
Corinne Jones

Google Docs or Microsoft Word? Master's students' engagement with instructor written feedback on academic writing in a cross-cultural setting
Murad Abdu Saeed Mohammed, Musheer Abdulwahid AL-Jaberi

“Anyone? Anyone?”: Promoting inter-learner dialogue in synchronous video courses
Kimberly Fahle Peck

Phenomenology of writing with unfamiliar tools in a semi-public environment: A case study
Philip B. Gallagher, Philippe Meister, David R. Russell

A web-based feedback platform for peer and teacher feedback on writing: An Activity Theory perspective
Sandra Tsui Eu Lam

Analyzing writing fluency on smartphones by Saudi EFL students
Bradford J. Lee, Ahmed A. Al Khateeb

Digital surveillance in online writing instruction: Panopticism and simulation in learning management systems
Eric James York

Using automated feedback to develop writing proficiency
Yue Huang, Joshua Wilson

Book Review: ePortfolios@edu what we know, what we don't know, and everything in-between, Mary Ann Dellinger and D. Alexis Hart. WAC Clearinghouse (2020)
Sandra J. Keele

Book Review: Rhetorical delivery and digital technologies: Networks, affect, electracy, Sean Morey. Routledge (2016)
Addison Lamb

Composing (with/in) extended reality: How students name their experiences with immersive technologies
Amy J. Lueck, Christine M. Bachen

Sound, captions, action: Voices in video composition projects
Janine Butler, Stacy Bick

Coalitional literacies of digital safety and solidarity: A white paper on nextGEN international listserv
Sweta Baniya, Sara Doan, Ashanka Kumari, Gavin P. Johnson, Virginia M. Schwarz

Book Review: How Writing Faculty Write: Strategies for Process, Product, and Productivity, Christine Tulley, University Press of Colorado (2018)
Teresa Scott

Book Review: Bridging the Multimodal Gap: From Theory to Practice, Santosh Khadka, J.C. Lee (Eds.). Utah State University Press, Logan, UT (2019)
Ann M. Arbaugh




Computers and Composition Awards

2020 Computers and Composition Award Recipients

The 2021 award recipients will be announced by Summer 2022.

Hugh Burns Best Dissertation Award

ALISON CARDINAL, University of Washington Tacoma
How Literacy Flows and Comes to Matter: A Participatory Video Study

Honorable Mention
GAVIN PAUL JOHNSON, Christian Brothers University
Queer Possibilities in Digital Media Composing

Ellen Nold Best Article Award

ALISON CARDINAL, University of Washington Tacoma
“Participatory Video: An Apparatus for Ethically Researching Literacy, Power and Embodiment,” Computers and Composition

Honorable Mention
LAUREN E. CAGLE, University of Kentucky
"Surveilling Strangers: The Disciplinary Biopower of Digital Genre Assemblages,” Computers and Composition

Computers and Composition Distinguished Book Award

JESSIE BORGMAN, Arizona State University
CASEY MCARDLE, Michigan State University
Personal, Accessible, Responsive, Strategic: Resources and Strategies for Online Writing Instructors, WAC Clearinghouse/UPC.

Charles Moran Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Field

SCOTT LLOYD DEWITT, The Ohio State University

Michelle Kendrick Outstanding Digital Scholarship Award

HEATHER NOEL TURNER, Santa Clara University
LAURA GONZALES, University of Florida
"Visualizing Translation," Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy