Works Cited

Bolter, J. (2001). Writing Space: Computers, Hypertext, and the Remediation

      of Print (2nd ed.).   Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Brandt, D. (1995). Accumulating Literacy:   Writing and Learning to Write

            in the Twentieth Century. College English 57 (6), 649-668.  

Costanzo, W. V. (2008). The Writer's Eye: Composition and the Multimedia Age.

            New York: McGraw-Hill.  

Daley, E. (2003).  Expanding the Concept of Literacy. EDUCAUSE, 33-40.

Dunn, P. A. (2001). Talking, Sketching, Moving: Multiple Literacies in the

            Teaching of Writing. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Faigley, L., George, D., Palchik, A., & Selfe, C. (2004).  Picturing Texts.

           New York: W.W. Norton and Company.

The New London Group. (1996). A Pedagogy of Multiliteracies: Designing Social

         Futures. Harvard Educational Review, 66. (1), Retrieved May 17, 2007,

         from Academic Search Premier.    

Ohio Department of Education. Center for Curriculum and Assessment. (2001).

            Academic Content Standards: K-12 English Language Arts.

            Columbus, OH: Office of Curriculum and Instruction.

Reed, M. W. (1996).  Assessing the Impact of Computer-based Writing

            Instruction.  Journal of Research on Computing in Education 28 (4),

            Retrieved May 17, 2007, from Academic Search Premier.  

Selfe, C. (forthcoming). The Movement of Air, The Breath of Meaning: Aurality

            and Multimodal Composing. College Composition and Computers

Takayoshi, P., Hawisher, G. & Selfe, C. (2007). Thinking about Multimodality.

            In C. Selfe (Ed.), Multimodal Composition: Resources for Teachers (pp. 1-12).

            Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Yancey, K. B. (2004). Using Multiple Technologies to Teach Writing.

            Educational Leadership 62 (2), Retrieved May 17, 2007, from

            Academic Search Premier.


**Special thanks to Dr. Cindy Selfe of The Ohio State University

and Jeremy Brown and Kelsey MacDonald of The University of Findlay for lending their images and words to this project.

**Alphabet letters in "composition" homepage banner taken from Flickr Photo Sharing; photographer Nick Castoro.