This book examines how one can teach composition with computers while reflecting critically on the ways technology affects student literacies, faculty labor issues, and the educational environment at contemporary universities. It develops an economic, political, and cultural account of the field of computers and composition. Of special importance is the analysis of how the employment of new technologies in writing classes affects student writing, faculty research, pedagogical innovations, and the employment practices of research universities.
Publisher: Hampton Press
Number of pages: 204
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