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Vol 5, No 2 (2013)

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Trends in Writing and Technology PDF
Martha C. Pennington 155–179

Guest Editorial

The University and its Relationship to Teaching Writing with Technology PDF
Miriam Jaffe-Foger 181–188

Featured Essay

Podcast Paralysis: Inventing the University in the Twenty-First Century PDF
Aimee Pozorski 189–201

Research Matters

Writing with Laptops: A Quasi-Experimental Study PDF
Penelope Collins, Jin Kyoung Hwang, Binbin Zheng, Mark Warschauer 203–230
Pseudonymous Writing and Improved Course Engagement Using Blogs PDF
A. Fiona Pearson, Scott P. Ellis 231–247

Reflections on Practice

Tired of Tech: Avoiding Tool Fatigue in the Classroom PDF
Brian Croxall 249–268
A Learner-Centered Pedagogy to Facilitate and Grade Online Discussions in Writing Courses PDF
Sarbani Sen Vengadasalam 269–299
Adapting Editorial Peer Review of Webtexts for Classroom Use PDF
Cheryl E. Ball 301–316
Google Translate in the EFL Classroom Taboo or Teaching Tool? PDF
Jonathan Benda 317–332
Taming the Dragon Effective Use of Dragon NaturallySpeaking Speech Recognition Software as an Avenue to Universal Access PDF
James Altman 333–348
Apple’s Dictation Software: A Voice Solution for Writers Whose Hands Need a Rest PDF
Christopher John Hill 349–355

From the e-Sphere

Teaching the New Paradigm: Social Media Inside and Outside the Classroom PDF
William Magrino, Peter Sorrell 357–373

New Books

Multimodal Composing in Classrooms Learning and Teaching for the Digital World. Edited by Suzanne M. Miller and Mary B. McVee (2012) New York and London, Routledge. pp. 161 ISBN: 978-415-89747-1 PDF
Kate Cowan 375–379
Remixing Composition A History of Multimodal Writing Pedagogy Palmeri, Jason (2012) Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press. pp. 194 ISBN: 9780809330898 PDF
Erin R. Anderson 381–384


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