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Fortune Regained: Online Collaborative Writing Tools

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Presented at College English Association 2011 Conference.

Identifies current research needs in composition and uses McMillan's Cyber-Interactivity and Johnson's User-Centered Design to suggest that technologies like Google Wave can help composition students, teachers, and researchers.

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Fortune Regained: Online Collaborative Writing Tools

  1. 1. Lost Fortune: Learning from the Downfall of Google Wave Christopher R. Friend Texts & Technology PhD student University of Central FloridaChristopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 1
  2. 2. Fortune Regained: Online Collaborative Writing Tools Christopher R. Friend Texts & Technology PhD student University of Central FloridaChristopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 1
  3. 3. Composition Classes }Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 Image: Wikimedia Commons 2
  4. 4. Composition Classes }Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 Our students do stuff. Image: Wikimedia Commons 2
  5. 5. Image: AMagill on Flickr, Creative Commons Our Pedagogical FocusChristopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 3
  6. 6. Image: courtesy Microsoft, Public Domain Traditional Comp. ResearchChristopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 4
  7. 7. Image: courtesy Microsoft, Public Domain Traditional WritersChristopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 5
  8. 8. Image: courtesy Microsoft, Public Domain Modern WritersChristopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 6
  9. 9. The Classic Writing Process (Clark) Prewriting Writing Revising PublishingChristopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 7
  10. 10. Cyber-Interactivity (McMillan) Direction of Communication One-Way Two-Way Feedback Mutual Discourse High S R P P Level of (student presentations) (collaborative learning) Receiver Control Monologue Responsive Dialogue Low S R S R (lectures) (conversation)Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 8
  11. 11. Student-Centered Design (Adapted from Johnson) Interface Interface Text Artifact/ User(s)ʼ Educational User (or other Student System Situation Program artifact) Designer(s)ʼ/ Artisan(s)ʼ Creator(s)ʼ Image ImageChristopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 9
  12. 12. One SolutionChristopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 10
  13. 13. The Sales Pitch See inside the “black box” Watch the process happen Allow Cyber-Interactivity Focus on the StudentChristopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 12
  14. 14. The Catch Spring 2009: GW is here Summer 2010: GW is dying Fall 2010: Gone this year. 2010 D ec November 2010: Just kidding. Stay tuned. December 2010: Will be open-source as Apache Wave.Christopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 13
  15. 15. New PossibilitiesChristopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 14
  16. 16. Christopher R. Friend Thank you. University of Central Florida chrisfriend@knights.ucf.eduChristopher R. Friend | UCF | CEA2011 15

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