Conference Presentation: “Student Perceptions of Instructor-Produced Video Materials in Online Writing Courses” Computers & Writing Conference 2009, Ubiquitous and Sustainable Computing @school, @work, @play” University of California-Davies, CA June 18-21, 2009.
Composition theory and pedagogy, critical pedagogy, multimedia technology and digital video production in higher education, computers and writing, creative nonfiction, academic writing, distance education, technical and professional writing and pedagogy, digital literacy, writing for the world wide web
"Online Students’ Learning Preferences In Multimedia-Rich Writing Courses." This is a two-year research project exploring if there is a "best medium" for online course delivery. >>
"Perceptions of Cultural Difference in the Global Classroom." This project is based on a Junior Faculty Grant for international research. In addition to a theoretical inqury, this project is based on interviews that I conducted at Central European University in Budapest, Hungary and the University of Hawaii at Manoa. More >>
I am applying for the Regular Faculty Scholarship to conduct videotaped interviews with renouned scholars in distance education.
Additionally, I am applying
for FaCET's Teaching Resources Faculty Award to serve as the campus expert on using wikis in higher education.
I am currently serving as a member on McGraw Hill's Technology Advisory Board for Composition.
Check out TECHKNOWLEDG-E, the blog for instructors interested in technology innovations in the field of rhetoric and composition. TECHNOLOGY DISCUSSION Help us brainstorm what technology equipment and software the department needs and what workshops to organize by posting your ideas and comments to