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Using Games To Make Something: Of Our Students, Our Pedagogies, Our Field. A Review Essay Of Gee & Hayes (2011), Squire (2011), Steinkuehler Et Al (2012), And Thomas & Brown (2011), Carly Finseth Dec 2013

Using Games To Make Something: Of Our Students, Our Pedagogies, Our Field. A Review Essay Of Gee & Hayes (2011), Squire (2011), Steinkuehler Et Al (2012), And Thomas & Brown (2011), Carly Finseth

Carly Finseth

If there’s one thing that writing instructors are known for it’s innovation. Compositionists, because of our connection between academia and industry, the humanistic and the technical, the creative and the practical, are often some of the first to explore and adopt new technologies. In this review essay, I introduce how games and digital technologies can help our students “make” new thing. Understanding how games can link with literary practices, multimodal composition, creativity, problem solving, critical thinking, and more can help researchers in rhetoric and composition make important contributions to our field: Make games with the knowledge of what ...


Undead Universities, The Plagiarism Plague, Paranoia And Hypercitation’, Ruth Walker Dec 2012

Undead Universities, The Plagiarism Plague, Paranoia And Hypercitation’, Ruth Walker

Ruth Walker

No abstract provided.


Where I Am, There (Sh)It Will Be, Melanie Mcdougald Jun 2007

Where I Am, There (Sh)It Will Be, Melanie Mcdougald

Melanie E McDougald

No abstract provided.


Teaching I, Rigoberta Menchu As Creative Nonfiction, Linda Niemann Oct 2001

Teaching I, Rigoberta Menchu As Creative Nonfiction, Linda Niemann

Linda G. Niemann

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Teaching I, Rigoberta Menchu As Creative Nonfiction, Linda Niemann Dec 2000

Teaching I, Rigoberta Menchu As Creative Nonfiction, Linda Niemann

Linda G. Niemann

No abstract provided.