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Title Web writing : why and how for liberal arts teaching and learning / Jack Dougherty and Tennyson O'Donnell, editors
Published Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, [2015]


Description 1 online resource
Series Digital humanities
Digital humanities (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
Contents Communities Sister classrooms: blogging across disciplines and campuses / Amanda Hagood and Carmel Price ; Indigenizing Wikipedia: student accountability to Native American authors on the world's largest encyclopedia / Siobhan Senier ; Science writing, wikis, and collaborative learning / Michael O'Donnell ; Cooperative in-class writing with Google Docs / Jim Trostle ; Co-writing, peer editing, and publishing in the cloud / Jack Dougherty -- Engagement How we learned to drop the quiz: writing in online asynchronous courses / Celeste Tưởng Vy Sharpe, Nate Sleeter, and Kelly Schrum ; Tweet me a story / Leigh Wright ; Civic engagement: political web writing with the Stephen Colbert super PAC / Susan Grogan ; Public writing and student privacy / Jack Dougherty ; Consider the audience / Jen Rajchel ; Creating the reader-viewer: engaging students with scholarly web texts / Anita M. De Rouen ; Pulling back the curtain: writing history through video games / Shawn Graham -- Crossing Boundaries Getting uncomfortable: identity exploration in a multi-class blog / Rochelle Rodrigo and Jennifer Kidd ; Writing as curation: using a 'building' and 'breaking' pedagogy to teach culture in the digital age / Pete Coco and M. Gabriela Torres ; Student digital research and writing on slavery / Alisea Williams McLeod ; Web writing as intercultural dialogue / Holly Oberle -- Citation and Annotation The secondary source sitting next to you / Christopher Hager ; Web writing and citation: the authority of communities / Elizabeth Switaj ; Empowering education with social annotation and wikis / Laura Lisabeth ; There are no new directions in annotations / Jason B. Jones
Summary The essays in Web Writing respond to contemporary debates over the proper role of the Internet in higher education, steering a middle course between polarized attitudes that often dominate the conversation. The authors argue for the wise integration of web tools into what the liberal arts does best: writing across the curriculum.--Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes English
Print version record and CIP data provided by publisher
Subject Online authorship.
Online authorship -- Study and teaching
Internet publishing.
Scholarly electronic publishing.
Education, Humanistic -- United States
Communication studies.
Language: reference & general.
PSYCHOLOGY -- Social Psychology.
Education, Humanistic
Internet publishing
Online authorship
Scholarly electronic publishing
United States
Form Electronic book
Author Dougherty, Jack, editor
O'Donnell, Tennyson Lawrence, 1973- editor.
LC no. 2020706851
ISBN 9780472121359