- About ATTW
Groups, Groups, and More Groups: Using Groups Throughout the Semester
Meg Morgan, Department of English
ACM SIGDOC (Special Interest Group Design of Communication) will begin publishing Communication Design Quarterly Review (CDQR) in mid-2012 with four issues per year.
It seeks to be the premier informational source for industry, management, and academia in the multidisciplinary field of the design and communication of information. Edited by Michael Albers and Liza Potts, it will contain a mix of peer-reviewed articles, columns, experience reports, and brief summaries of interesting research results.
Call For Proposals
Rhetoric and the Digital Humanities
(Editors: Jim Ridolfo and William Hart-Davidson)
Deadline for 500-750 word chapter proposals: April 1, 2012 (Notification by June 1, 2012)
Date for full manuscripts: January, 2013 (Responses to manuscripts by April, 2013)
Call for Proposals
Conference Theme: Communities, Workplaces, and Technologies
Conference Dates: September 27‐29, 2012
Conference Location: Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI
Submission Deadline: May 1, 2012
Submission Deadline: March 15, 2012
Conference Location: Albuquerque, NM
Conference Date: July 19-22, 2012
“Location, location, location! The Role of Technical and Professional Writing and Communication Programs Within or Alongside Writing Programs.” CWPA Conference. 7/19-22
The Women in Professional and Technical Communication (WPTC) list is for teachers, learners, practitioners, and scholars to share their stories, ideas, pedagogies, rants, raves, and anything else related to PTC. The list is meant as a place to forge and maintain productive professional relationships with others.
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A message passed along from Richard Johson-Sheehan:
Richard Johnson-Sheehan is seeking grad students and faculty members who would be willing to participate in the Career Workshop at the ATTW Conference on Wednesday, March 21, in the afternoon (in conjunction with the CCCC). The workshop will be about an hour and fifteen minutes.
The Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology's (ARST) Article of the Year Award recognizes the most outstanding rhetoric of science and technology-related article published the preceding calendar.
Criteria for selection include:
1) How well the article extends practical and theoretical knowledge related to the rhetoric of science and technology
2) The article’s potential for cross-disciplinary fertilization
3) The article’s potential for teaching future generations of ARST scholars
4) The overall quality of writing and thinking
Conference Registration for ATTW 2012 is now open!
Please visit the following page on the ATTW site to register:
All those with a speaking role in the conference must register.
The Department of Humanities at New Jersey Institute of Technology (Newark, NJ) invites applications for a Digital Communication Specialist. Appointed at the assistant or associate professor level, this tenure-track position seeks outstanding candidates with special emphasis on digital communication that leverages the web, social networking, and mobile apps.