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The Missing Link: Interventions for
Enhancing Traditional Student Composition
Printed text: http://bit.ly/cwcon15-mis...
= 100 students
Rhetoric
Multimodality
Social Media
Game Theory
Publication
Literacies
Professional Development
Mentoring
Civic Engagement...
The Modes.
Problem 1:
Students don’t need to be
taught what our outdated
curriculum teaches.
Photo by Jürgen, CC BY-NC
Problem 2:
Our students lack
flexible technoliteracies.
Photo by Pulpolux !!! CC BY-NC
Problem 3:
Teaching institutions are
underrepresented in
conferences & literature.
Photo by Arild Storaas CC BY-NC-ND
Photo by Loïc Lagarde CC BY-NC-ND
Consider student experience
& lack of situated disciplinary
knowledge
Photo by Valerie CC BY-NC-ND
Hyperlinks have rhetorical implications
Photo by Malcolm Carlaw CC BY
Support students:
Explicitly teach hyperlinks
Photo by Brooke Hoyer CC BY
Support teaching institutions:
Collaborate to help implement
current practices with limited
re...
Chris Friend

Saint Leo University

Hybrid Pedagogy
@chris_friend
Thank you.
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The Missing Link: Interventions for Enhancing Traditional Student Composition

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Typical composition courses have students create documents that are inherently print-centric, designed for the page regardless of whether that physical form is necessary or appropriate. Writing for electronic environments uses the hyperlink as an essential rhetorical element of communication, and traditional documents can easily be enhanced with hyperlinks using available, familiar tools. This presentation advocates for the incorporation of hyperlinks into composition assignments and instruction.

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The Missing Link: Interventions for Enhancing Traditional Student Composition

  1. 1. Text The Missing Link: Interventions for Enhancing Traditional Student Composition Printed text: http://bit.ly/cwcon15-missing-link Chris Friend Saint Leo University Hybrid Pedagogy @chris_friend Photo by Nicholas Erwin, CC BY-NC-ND
  2. 2. = 100 students
  3. 3. Rhetoric Multimodality Social Media Game Theory Publication Literacies Professional Development Mentoring Civic Engagement Ecologies Agency Primary Research
  4. 4. The Modes.
  5. 5. Problem 1: Students don’t need to be taught what our outdated curriculum teaches. Photo by Jürgen, CC BY-NC
  6. 6. Problem 2: Our students lack flexible technoliteracies. Photo by Pulpolux !!! CC BY-NC
  7. 7. Problem 3: Teaching institutions are underrepresented in conferences & literature. Photo by Arild Storaas CC BY-NC-ND
  8. 8. Photo by Loïc Lagarde CC BY-NC-ND Consider student experience & lack of situated disciplinary knowledge
  9. 9. Photo by Valerie CC BY-NC-ND Hyperlinks have rhetorical implications
  10. 10. Photo by Malcolm Carlaw CC BY Support students: Explicitly teach hyperlinks
  11. 11. Photo by Brooke Hoyer CC BY Support teaching institutions: Collaborate to help implement current practices with limited resources.
  12. 12. Chris Friend Saint Leo University Hybrid Pedagogy @chris_friend Thank you.

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