List of Academic Papers–Computer Pedagogy

 

The following is a list of papers dealing with the use of computer technology in teaching that I’ve presented at various academic conferences since 1992:

“Using Safari Live Web-conferencing Technology in Technical Writing Courses: Can Nonhuman Software Rehumanize Online Learning Spaces?” Society for Literature, Sciences, and the Arts Conference, Milwaukee, WI, September 2012.

“Effective Blackboard Course Organization Strategies.” A solicited lecture for new faculty orientation at New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, New York, August 2011.

“Enhanced Organization and Content in Online Learning.” A solicited lecture for online faculty development at New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, New York, May 2011.

“Engaging the Hype of Hypertext:  What Students Learn by Creating Mock Commercial Web Pages.”  A solicited lecture for the Web Literacy Project lecture series at New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, New York.  November 1997 and January 1998.

“Students as Knowledge Weavers:  Web Authoring in Writing Courses.”  A solicited lecture for a Computers in Writing Workshop at Nassau Community College, Garden City, New York.  April 1997.

“<TITLE>Web.Weaving/Students/Building/Knowledge/Sites/</TITLE>.”  With Professor Lewis Ulman.  Modern Language Association, Washington, DC.  December 1996.

“Can Students Take the Heat?:  Flame Wars and the Dynamics of Dissent in News-Group Interpretive Communities.”  Conference on College Composition and Communication, Washington, DC.  March 1995.

“Unstable Conditions:  Dynamics of Dissent in Electronic Discursive Communities.”  Modern Language Association, San Diego, California.  December 1994.

Romantics Unbound:  Hypertext and Reader-Response Literary Pedagogy.”  Conference on College Composition and Communication, Nashville, Tennessee.  March 1994.

“Redefining Literary Discussions in the Classroom:  Cyberspace and the Literature Curriculum.”  Midwest Modern Language Association of America Annual Convention, Minneapolis, Minnesota.  November 1993.

Romantics Unbound:  A Never-Ending Anthology of Romantic Literature and Interactive Interpretation.”  Conference on Computers and Writing, Ann Arbor, Michigan.  May 1993.

“Re-Evaluating the Teaching of Literature:  Enhancing Literary Discussion in the Computer Classroom.” General Educators of Ohio Annual Conference, Nelsonville, Ohio.  May 1992.

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