On Why Students Should Blog, by Lanette Cadle

In the most recent issue of Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, Missouri State University English professor Lanette Cadle has published an article titled  “Why I Still Blog.” In the article she also makes the argument as to why she believes in asking her students to blog: The most powerful reason for student […]

A Comment on Reading Response Posts

The key thing to remember about your Reading Response posts on your blogs (and, for that matter, your Participation posts in the Blackboard forums), is that you want to focus on something in the readings and viewings that is of interest to you. It can be something that sparks an idea, something that resonates with you, […]

Welcome to WRIT 502

Welcome to the course site for John Walter’s WRIT 502-001: Cyber-Rhetoric: Literature, Theory, Technology (Fall 2014) at Winthrop University. As you get started, I suggest you read the Introduction to get a sense of what we’ll be about this semester. After that, I’d suggest looking at the requirements and the policies for the course. After that, you […]