Degrees and Institutions:
Ph.D. English/Rhetoric, Purdue University
M.A., English, CSU Sacramento
B.A., Journalism, CSU Sacramento
Courses Regularly Taught: English 7280, Computer-Mediated Writing Theory; English 7260, Research in Composition; English 7800, Online Learning for English Educators; English 3810, Grammar and Writing; as well as other fully online and classroom technology courses
Area: Rhetoric and Writing
Research Interests: Gender and Technology, Technological Literacy and Faculty Development, Online Teaching and Learning, Digital Portfolios, Electronic Communication Across the Curriculum, Community Literacy
"Foreword." Teaching with Digital Media: An Exploration of our Ethical Responsibilities. Toby Coley. Forthcoming: Peter Lang Press.
"Review Essay: New Media Affordances and the Connected Life." College Composition and Communication. 63.2 (Dec. 2011): 314-27.
"A Complicated Geometry: Triangulating Feminism, Activism, and Technological Literacy." Writing Studies Research in Practice: Methods and Methodologies, eds. Lee Nickoson and Mary Sheridan. Southern Illinois UP, 2012.
"Preparing 21st-Century Faculty to Engage 21st Century Learners: The Incentives and Rewards for Online Pedagogies." Higher Education, Emerging Technologies, and Community Partnerships, eds. Melody Bowdon and Russell Carpenter. IGI Global, 2011. 141-152.
"Looking into the Digital Mirror: Reflections on a Computer Camp for Girls by Girls." Girl Wide Web 2.0, ed. Sharon Mazzarella. Peter Lang Press, 2010. 139-160. Co-authored with Erin Dietel-McLaughlin and Meredith Graupner.
“Delivering Literary Studies in the 21st Century: The Relevance of Online Pedagogies.” Chapter accepted for collection titled Teaching Literature at a Distance: Open and Distance Learning, Online Learning, Blended Learning, eds. T. Kayalis & A. Natsina. London: Continuum, 2010. 67-78.
“Computers and Composition Online: A Feminist Learning Community Model of Journal Administration.” Performing Feminism and Administration, editors Rebecca Rickly and Krista Ratcliffe, Hampton Press, 2010. 199-212. Co-authored with Lanette Cadle.
“Digital Ideologies and Electronic Portfolios: Toward a Rhetoric of Hybridity.” Digital Tools, editors Ollie Oviedo, Joyce Walker, & Byron Hawk, Hampton Press, 2010. 253-270.
“Foreword.” Post 9/11 Rhetorical Theory and Composition Pedagogy: Fostering Trauma Rhetorics as Civic Space. Robin Murphy. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2010, pp. i-v.
“Writing as Process and Online Education: Matching Pedagogy with Delivery.” Teaching Literature and Language Online, Options in Teaching Series. Editor Ian Lancashire. New York: MLA, 2009. 38-52.
“The Electronic Landscape of Journal Editing: Computers and Composition as a Scholarly Collective.” MLA Profession (2009): 160-167. Co-authored with Gail Hawisher and Cynthia Selfe.
“Remediating the Book Review: Toward Collaboration and Multimodality Across the English Curriculum.” Pedagogy 9.3 (2009): 441-469. Co-equal author, Christine Tulley.
“Remediating Knowledge-Making Spaces in the Graduate Curriculum: Developing and Sustaining Multimodal Teaching and Research.” Computers and Composition (April 2009): 13-23. Co-equal authors, Meredith Graupner and Lee Nickoson.
“Digital Studio as Method: Collaboratively Migrating Theses and Dissertations into the Technological Ecology of English Studies.” Sustaining Technological Ecologies in English Studies, Eds. Heidi McKee, Danielle DeVoss, and Dickie Selfe. Computers and Composition Digital Press/Utah State University Press, 2009. Co-equal authors Jude Edminster and Andrew Mara.
Webbing Cyberfeminist Practice: Communities, Pedagogies, and Social Action. Co-edited collection for the Hampton Press series New Dimensions in Computers and Composition Studies. Cresskill, NJ: 2009. 401 pp. Co-edited by Radhika Gajjala and Christine Tulley.
Webbing Cyberfeminist Practice: Communities, Pedagogies, and Social Action, co-edited, Hampton Press, 2009.
$10,000 AAUW Community Action Grant (with Jen Almjeld, Erin Dietel-McLaughlin, and Meredith Graupner) for the Digital Mirror Computer Camp for Girls.