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Call for Webtexts: Kairos CoverWeb 10.1
Blogs, Wikis, and Drupal—Oh my! The Intersection of Online Writing Spaces, Rhetorical Theory, and the Composition Classroom
Kairos: Rhetoric, Technology, Pedagogy, an online, peer-reviewed journal (http://english.ttu.edu/kairos), is seeking submissions for the Fall 2005
CoverWeb issue on the intersection of online writing spaces, rhetorical theory, and the composition classroom. As more universities turn to
computerized composition classrooms, the use of blogs, wikis, drupal spaces, Blackboard and WebCT, and other online writing spaces has become
more widespread. Still, little has been theorized about how these spaces interact with rhetorical theory generally and affect the teaching of composition
specifically. Often billed as a tool for creating a “true audience” beyond the teacher, these spaces are sometimes limited to the members of a given
classroom, sometimes addressed to an entire program, and other times placed on the Internet and therefore open to any reader on the World Wide Web.
Occasionally, however, the writing that people do in these spaces goes unrevised, remains unread, and potentially reaches no audience at all.