GPACW 2016: Approaches to User-Centered Composition through Adversarial Design

Thank you for following along and joining our panel at the 2016 Great Plains Alliance for Computers and Writing! Also, thanks to everyone at UW-Stout for putting on this year’s conference. To access my presentation, you can download the file below. I’m happy to provide a .ppt version–just reach out to me @hennesjack.   Approaches… Continue Reading GPACW 2016: Approaches to User-Centered Composition through Adversarial Design

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Pervasive citizenship through #SenseCommons

Boyle, C. (2016). Pervasive citizenship through #SenseCommons. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 46.3: 269-283. Boyle surveys the role of information systems and how they can inform rhetoric as a sort of systems theory. The author uses a rhetorical-theoretical approach—one of theory-building—to present a new take on citizen engagement in the context of smart cities and connected citizens.… Continue Reading Pervasive citizenship through #SenseCommons

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