TCQ Winter 2012 21.1 Issue


ATTW members:
I’m pleased to announce that TCQ 21(1), our first 2012 issue, is now available online and will be arriving in print version soon. This is a special issue, “Making the Implicit Explicit in Assessing Multimodal Composition,” guest edited by Susan M. Katz and Lee Odell. The issue includes the following articles:

“Making the Implicit Explicit in Assessing Multimodal Composition: Continuing the Conversation,” by Susan M. Katz and Lee Odell

“YouTutorial: a Framework for Assessing Instructional Online Video,” by Matt Morain and Jason Swarts

“Sharing an Assessment Ecology: Digital Media, Wikis, and the Social Work of Knowledge,” by Christopher E. Manion and Richard “Dickie” Selfe

“Process, Product, and Potential: The Archaeological Assessment of Collaborative, Wiki-Based Student Projects in the Technical Communication Classroom,” by Matthew D. Barton and James R. Heiman

“Assessing Scholarly Multimedia: A Rhetorical Genre Studies Approach,” by Cheryl E. Ball
You’ll also find two book reviews:

A Review of: Rhetorics and Technologies: New Directions in Writing and Communication Edited by Stuart A. Selber, reviewed by Marc C. Santos

A Review of: Complex Worlds: Digital Culture, Rhetoric and Professional Communication Adrienne P. Lamberti and Anne R. Richards (Eds.), reviewed by Felicia Chong

Thanks to Susan and Lee for serving as guest editors of this issue, and congratulations to all the authors!

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