PraxisWiki is a repository of useful and provocative information and ideas for scholars and teachers at the intersections of rhetoric and technology. It invites synopses and discussions of published materials, definitions of important concepts, sketches of major figures and their works, sample syllabi and assignments along with their rationales, teaching narratives and classroom activities, and preliminary discussions of research and projects.
New to PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 18.1
Suggested Practices for Syllabus Accessibility Statements, Tara Wood and Shannon Madden
PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 17.2
Lessons in Generative Design, Publishing, and Circulation: What EM-Journal's First Year Has Taught Us, Derek Mueller, Jana Rosinski, Chelsea Lonsdale, Becky Morrison, and Adam Nannini
PraxisWiki, Kairos Issue 17.1
Doing Digital: a Production-Focused Pedagogy, Andy Buchenot (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis) & Kristin Prins (UW-Milwaukee)
Keeping it Real: The Spaces & Places of the Digital Citizen, Ben McCorkle (Ohio State University at Marion)
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