Thursday, June 30, 2005

Looking over Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy

Instructors who teach using technology owe it to themselves to take a look at Kairos, a refeered online journal that describes itself thusly:

In Kairos, we publish "webtexts," which are texts authored specifically for publication on the World Wide Web. These webtexts include scholarly examinations of large-scale issues related to special topics, individual and collaborative reviews of books and media, news and announcements of interest, interactive exchanges about previous Kairos publications, and extended interviews with leading scholars.

While Kairos focuses on the intersection of technology and writing, the insights its webtexts provide into the minds of hearts of teachers will be of interest to bloggers of all stripes, not just teachers of writing. Give it a look-see.
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3 Comments:

Blogger Anthrogrl said...

My mother has a master's in education with an emphasis in classroom technology, and I'll definitely recommend this site to her.

I wasn't aware Texas Tech U published such a journal; it's the first I've seen that deals with technology and writing in the same arena.

Writing is such an important skill, and I believe journals like this one are a great example of how two very different subjects encourage educational and personal growth.

3:12 PM  
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12:30 PM  
Anonymous Alex said...

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Alex

10:26 AM  

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