Concurrent Session D 4:00-5:15 pm

D.1 Data Visualization in a STEM-focused Institution

Room: Indiana A
Chair: Dirk Remley, Kent State University
 
Data Visualization in a Classroom Context
Elisabeth Kramer-Simpson, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
 
Data Visualization in Ethics Education
Kristina Henneke, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
 
Data Visualization Across Cultures
Rosário Durão, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
 

D.2 Entering the Online Instructional Stream: A Roundtable Discussion for Current and Future Online Technical Communication Instructors

Room: Indiana F
Chair: Kelli Cargile Cook, Texas Tech University
 
Kelli Cargile Cook, Texas Tech University
Lora Arduser, University of Cincinnati
Jacqueline E. Cason, University of Alaska at Anchorage
Keith Grant-Davie, Utah State University
Barbara D’Angelo, Arizona State University
Patricia M. Jenkins, University of Alaska at Anchorage
Barry Maid, Arizona State University
Diane Martinez, Western Carolina University
Lisa Meloncon, University of Cincinnati
Susan L. Popham, University of Memphis
Natalie Stillman-Webb, University of Utah
Lee Tesdell, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Denise Tillery, University of Nevada at Las Vegas
 

D.3 Big Data, Computational Rhetoric, and Technical Communication

Room: Indiana G
Chair: William Hart-Davidson, Michigan State University
 
Otra Vez: A Case for Studying Systematic Reuse Using Computational Analysis
William Hart-Davidson, Michigan State University
 
Mapping Technical Communication: Using Graph Theory Analytics to Track Topoi
Ryan M. Omizo, Michigan State University
 
Quantifying Ethos: A Computational Model for Studying Expertise in Online Communities
Quinn Warnick, Virginia Tech
 

D.4 Research Methods, Frames, and Challenges

Room: Indiana B
Chair: Rebecca Walton, Utah State University 
 
Supplementing Verbal Data with Visual Data in Cross-Cultural Research
Rebecca Walton, Utah State University
 
Flipping the Deficit-Based Model: Positive Deviance as a Research Framework
Lucia Dura, University of Texas at El Paso
 
Different Methods, Different Data: Investigating DivergingReports of Patient Experiences from nterviews and Surveys
Ryan Moeller and Ryan Price, Utah State University
 
The Messy Work of Citizen Science: Mobile Sensing and Ambient Data Collection in Uncertain Environments
Kyle P. Vealey, Purdue University
 

D.5 Props to the Eye-Candyman: Visualizing Interest and Rhetorical Influence

Room: Indiana C
Chair: Joyce Carter, Texas Tech University
 
A Recap: What Eye Tracking Can or Can’t Tell Us About Rhetorical Interest and Effect
Samuel Howard, Texas Tech University
 
Think-Aloud Protocol Maps
Chalice Randazzo, Texas Tech University 
 
Low-Fidelity Interest Maps
Jeremy Huston and Samuel Howard, Texas Tech University
 
Three Visualization Techniques Compared
Joyce Carter, Samuel Howard, Jeremy Huston, Duc Nguyen, and Chalice Randazzo, Texas Tech University
 

D.6 Editor’s Roundtable

Room: Indiana D
Donna Kain, Editor, Technical Communication Quarterly
Charles Kostelnick, Co-Editor, Journal of Business and Technical Communication
Jo Mackiewicz, Editor, Routledge ATTW Book Series in Technical and Professional Communication
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