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0.41 Dànielle Nicole De Voss Ellen Cushman Jeffrey T. Grabill, Infrastructure and Composing: The When of New-Media Writing, College Composition and Communication, 2005.
0.36 Clay Spinuzzi, Accessibility Scans and Institutional Activity: An Activity Theory Analysis, College English, 2007.
0.33 Ellen McDaniel, Bibliography of Text-Analysis and Writing-Instruction Software, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1987.
0.33 Joan Hocking Cheryl Visniesky, Choosing a Microcomputer System: A Guide for English Instructors, College Composition and Communication, 1983.
0.33 Joel Nydahl, Teaching Word Processors to Be CAI Programs, College English, 1990.
0.32 Mary E. Hocks, Understanding Visual Rhetoric in Digital Writing Environments, College Composition and Communication, 2003.
0.31 Stephen A. Bernhardt, The Shape of Text to Come: The Texture of Print on Screens, College Composition and Communication, 1993.
0.29 Stuart A. Selber, Reimagining the Functional Side of Computer Literacy, College Composition and Communication, 2004.
0.28 Michelle Kendrick, Invisibility Race and the Interface, Rhetoric Review, 2005.
0.28 Christine Tulley, Snapshots of Complexity: Knowledge-Making and Negotiations in E-Rhetoric, JAC, 2004.
0.27 Jennifer L. Bay, Screening (In)Formation: Bodies and Writing in Network Culture, JAC, 2004.
0.27 Jeff Rice, Networked Boxes: The Logic of Too Much, College Composition and Communication, 2007.
0.26 Ruth von Blum Deborah H. Holdstein, Two Comments on "Computers and Composition Instruction", College English, 1984.
0.26 Jennifer L. Bay, The Limits of Argument: A Response to Sean Williams, JAC, 2002.
0.26 Christine Hult, Advanced Composition and the Computerized Library, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1989.
0.26 Cynthia L. Selfe Richard J. Selfe_ Jr., The Politics of the Interface: Power and Its Exercise in Electronic Contact Zones, College Composition and Communication, 1994.
0.26 Gail E. Hawisher Cynthia L. Selfe Brittney Moraski Melissa Pearson, Becoming Literate in the Information Age: Cultural Ecologies and the Literacies of Technology, College Composition and Communication, 2004.
0.26 James J. Sosnoski Ken S. McAllister, Circuitous Subjects in Their Time Maps, JAC, 2005.
0.26 John Johnston, Network Theory and Life on the Internet, JAC, 2004.
0.26 Russel Wiebe Robert S. Dornsife_ Jr., The Metaphor of Collage: Beyond Computer Composition, JAC, 1995.
0.25 Barbara Warnick, Rhetorical Criticism of Public Discourse on the Internet: Theoretical Implications, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1998.
0.25 Jennifer Bay Thomas Rickert, New Media and the Fourfold, JAC, 2008.
0.25 John M. Slatin, Reading Hypertext: Order and Coherence in a New Medium, College English, 1990.
0.25 Sean D. Williams, Process-Product Ambiguity: Theorizing a Perspective on World Wide Web Argumentation, JAC, 2002.
0.25 Kathleen Blake Yancey, Postmodernism Palimpsest and Portfolios: Theoretical Issues in the Representation of Student Work, College Composition and Communication, 2004.
0.24 Collin Gifford Brooke, Joseph Janangelo and the Analogics of New Media, College Composition and Communication, 2007.
0.23 Patricia Sullivan, Desktop Publishing: A Powerful Tool for Advanced Composition Courses, College Composition and Communication, 1988.
0.23 Donna Reiss, A Comment on "The Future of WAC", College English, 1996.
0.23 Fred Kemp, The User-Friendly Fallacy, College Composition and Communication, 1987.
0.23 Johndan Johnson-Eilola, "It's Messy but It Works": Talking About New Media, JAC, 2001.
0.23 Barbara Warnick, Rhetorical Criticism in New Media Environments, Rhetoric Review, 2001.
0.23 Gail E. Hawisher Cynthia L. Selfe, Reply by Gail E Hawisher, College Composition and Communication, 1991.
0.23 Daniel Punday, The Narrative Construction of Cyberspace: Reading Neuromancer Reading Cyberspace Debates, College English, 2000.
0.23 Jacqueline Rhodes, "Substantive and Feminist Girlie Action": Women Online, College Composition and Communication, 2002.
0.23 M. Diane Langston, The Old Paradigm in Computer Aids to Invention: A Critical Review, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1986.
0.23 Gail E. Hawisher Charles Moran, Electronic Mail and the Writing Instructor, College English, 1993.
0.22 Michelle Comstock, Grrrl Zine Networks: Re-Composing Spaces of Authority Gender and Culture, JAC, 2001.
0.22 Thomas Rickert, In the House of Doing: Rhetoric and the Kairos of Ambience, JAC, 2004.
0.22 Jeff Rice, Networks and New Media, College English, 2006.
0.22 David J. Gunkel, Hacking Cyberspace, JAC, 2000.
0.22 John Logie, Homestead Acts: Rhetoric and Property in the American West and on the World Wide Web, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2002.
0.21 Chris M. Anson, Distant Voices: Teaching and Writing in a Culture of Technology, College English, 1999.
0.21 Johndan Johnson-Eilola, Control and the Cyborg: Writing and Being Written in Hypertext, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1993.
0.21 Joseph Janangelo, Joseph Cornell and the Artistry of Composing Persuasive Hypertexts, College Composition and Communication, 1998.
0.21 Randy Bass, Story and Archive in the Twenty-First Century, College English, 1999.
0.21 Cynthia Haynes, Facing the Faraway Nearby, JAC, 2008.
0.20 Samantha Blackmon, Violent Networks: Historical Access in the Composition Classroom, JAC, 2004.
0.20 Sue Hum, A Pedagogy for Online Place: Emergence Noise and Student Discourse in Course Management Software, JAC, 2008.
0.20 Michael Spooner Kathleen Yancey, Postings on a Genre of Email, College Composition and Communication, 1996.
0.20 Ronald A. Sudol, Principles of Generic Word Processing for Students with Independent Access to Computers, College Composition and Communication, 1990.
0.20 Stanley D. Harrison, Our Cyberbodies Ourselves: Conceptual Grounds for Teaching Commodities to Write, JAC, 2002.
0.20 David Blakesley Thomas Rickert, From Nodes to Nets: Our Emerging Culture of Complex Interactive Networks, JAC, 2004.
0.20 Martin B. Smith, Comments on "IBM Talking Heads and Our Classrooms" and "Electronic Mail and the Writing Instructor", College English, 1994.
0.20 Gail E. Hawisher Cynthia L. Selfe, The Rhetoric of Technology and the Electronic Writing Class, College Composition and Communication, 1991.
0.19 James P. Zappen Laura J. Gurak Stephen Doheny-Farina, Rhetoric Community and Cyberspace, Rhetoric Review, 1997.
0.19 Darin Payne, English Studies in Levittown: Rhetorics of Space and Technology in Course-Management Software, College English, 2005.
0.19 Elizabeth Birmingham, An Alternative Network Architecture: Sexing the Moment of Complexity, JAC, 2004.
0.19 Albert Rouzie, Conversation and Carrying-On: Play Conflict and Serio-Ludic Discourse in Synchronous Computer Conferencing, College Composition and Communication, 2001.
0.19 CCCC Committee on Computers and Composition, Promotion and Tenure Guidelines for Work with Technology, College Composition and Communication, 1999.
0.18 Bruce Petersen Cynthia Selfe Billie Wahlstrom, Reply by Bruce Petersen Cynthia Selfe and Billie Wahlstrom, College Composition and Communication, 1985.
0.18 , Excerpts from "Joseph Cornell and the Artistry of Composing Persuasive Hypertexts", College Composition and Communication, 2007.
0.18 James A. Inman, Reconsidering the Human: A Response to Stanley Harrison, JAC, 2002.
0.18 Helen J. Schwartz, Teaching Writing with Computer Aids, College English, 1984.
0.18 Cynthia L. Selfe Marilyn M. Cooper, Cynthia L Selfe and Marilyn M Cooper Respond, College English, 1991.
0.18 Laurence Tobin, Faculty Training in Computers and Composition: Warnings and Recommendations, College Composition and Communication, 1987.
0.18 Collin Gifford Brooke, Making Room Writing Hypertext, JAC, 1999.
0.18 Edith Wyschogrod, Networking the Unpredictable: The Lure of Complexity, JAC, 2004.
0.18 Joseph H. Bourque, Understanding and Evaluating: The Humanist as Computer Specialist, College English, 1983.
0.17 William Marling, Grading Essays on a Microcomputer, College English, 1984.
0.17 Gail E. Hawisher Cynthia L. Selfe Yi-Huey Guo Lu Liu, Globalization and Agency: Designing and Redesigning the Literacies of Cyberspace, College English, 2006.
0.17 Stanley D. Harrison, How Old Am I?: Composition Studies Meets Cyborg Gerontology Nikhics and the Universal Order of Gray Cyberpanthers, JAC, 2003.
0.17 Pamela K. Gilbert, Meditations upon Hypertext: A Rhetorethics for Cyborgs, JAC, 1997.
0.16 Cynthia L. Selfe, Technology and Literacy: A Story about the Perils of Not Paying Attention, College Composition and Communication, 1999.
0.16 Kathleen Blake Yancey, Made Not Only in Words: Composition in a New Key, College Composition and Communication, 2004.
0.16 Joseph Janangelo, How "Very inside That": Seeing Artistry in Student Work, College Composition and Communication, 2007.
0.16 John Pufahl, Response to Richard M Collier "The Word Processor and Revision Strategies", College Composition and Communication, 1984.
0.16 Amy C. Kimme Hea, Destabilizing the Categories of New Media Research, JAC, 2008.
0.16 M. Todd Harper, Strange Loops as (Inter)Disciplinary "Ecriture" and Invention, JAC, 2004.
0.16 Deborah H. Holdstein, Composition Remember? A Response to Halbritter and Taylor's "Remembering Composition", JAC, 2007.
0.16 Susan Lang, Electronic Dissertations: Preparing Students for Our past or Their Futures?, College English, 2002.
0.16 Teresa M. Redd Victoria W. Massey, Race on the Superhighway: How E-mail Affects African American Student Writers, JAC, 1997.
0.15 W. Michele Simmons Jeffrey T. Grabill, Toward a Civic Rhetoric for Technologically and Scientifically Complex Places: Invention Performance and Participation, College Composition and Communication, 2007.
0.15 Frank T. Boyle, Frank Boyle Responds, College English, 1994.
0.15 Keith Waldrop, Covering, College English, 1978.
0.15 Donna Le Court, Interrogating Our Vision: The Ethical Potential and Challenges of Cyberspace, JAC, 2006.