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eBook Engaging 21st Century Writers with Social Media, 1st Edition

  • Kendra N. Bryant
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  • ISBN-10: 1522505636
  • ISBN-13: 9781522505631
  • DDC: 808.042028
  • 306 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2017 | Published/Released January 2017
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2017
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About

Overview

This book is a pivotal reference source for the latest research on the integration of social media platforms into academic writing classes, focusing on how such technology encourages writing and enables students to grasp basic composition skills in classroom settings. Highlighting emerging theoretical foundations and pedagogical practices, this book is ideally designed for educators, upper-level students, researchers, and academic professionals.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Editorial Advisory Board.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Foreword.
Preface.
Acknowledgment.
Blogging in the Writing Classroom.
1: Networked Digital Spaces: Twitter in the Composition Classroom.
2: Blog Love: Blogging (And Microblogging) Communities as Writing Classroom Companions.
3: Using Twitter to Scaffold English Composition.
4: From Expository Blog to Engaged E-Portfolio: A Student-Centered Pedagogy in Process.
Exploring Multi-Digital Media in the Writing Classroom.
5: This Is the Remix: Remediating Pedagogy Practices.
6: Social Media and the Rhetorical Situation: Finding Common Ground Between Students' Lives and Writing Courses.
7: Reblogging as Writing: The Role of Tumblr in the Writing Classroom.
Theorizing about Social Media Networks in the Writing Classroom.
8: Socializing Composition: Entering the Conversation of SNS in Composition.
9: Creating Meaning for Millennials: Bakhtin, Rosenblatt, and the Use of Social Media in the Composition Classroom.
10: Slacktivism, Supervision, and #Selfies: Illuminating Social Media Composition through Reception Theory.
11: The Blogging Method: Improving Traditional Student Writing Practices.
Integrating Social Media as Professional Development in the Writing Classroom.
12: Teaching Casual Writing for Professional Success with Twitter: Digital Small Talk and the New Textese.
13: Curating the Public Self: Helping Students Present an Authentic, Professional Persona via LinkedIn.
14: #WordUp! : Student Responses to Social Media in the Technical Writing Classroom.
Re-Envisioning Wikis in the Writing Classroom.
15: Using Wikipedia to Teach Written Health Communication.
16: Designing a Wiki-Based Course for Enhancing the Practice of Writing Skills in the 21st Century: Moving from Theoretical Grounding into Practical Knowledge.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.
Index.
Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Editorial Advisory Board.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Foreword.
Preface.
Acknowledgment.
Blogging in the Writing Classroom.
1: Networked Digital Spaces: Twitter in the Composition Classroom.
2: Blog Love: Blogging (And Microblogging) Communities as Writing Classroom Companions.
3: Using Twitter to Scaffold English Composition.
4: From Expository Blog to Engaged E-Portfolio: A Student-Centered Pedagogy in Process.
Exploring Multi-Digital Media in the Writing Classroom.
5: This Is the Remix: Remediating Pedagogy Practices.
6: Social Media and the Rhetorical Situation: Finding Common Ground Between Students' Lives and Writing Courses.
7: Reblogging as Writing: The Role of Tumblr in the Writing Classroom.
Theorizing about Social Media Networks in the Writing Classroom.
8: Socializing Composition: Entering the Conversation of SNS in Composition.
9: Creating Meaning for Millennials: Bakhtin, Rosenblatt, and the Use of Social Media in the Composition Classroom.
10: Slacktivism, Supervision, and #Selfies: Illuminating Social Media Composition through Reception Theory.
11: The Blogging Method: Improving Traditional Student Writing Practices.
Integrating Social Media as Professional Development in the Writing Classroom.
12: Teaching Casual Writing for Professional Success with Twitter: Digital Small Talk and the New Textese.
13: Curating the Public Self: Helping Students Present an Authentic, Professional Persona via LinkedIn.
14: #WordUp! : Student Responses to Social Media in the Technical Writing Classroom.
Re-Envisioning Wikis in the Writing Classroom.
15: Using Wikipedia to Teach Written Health Communication.
16: Designing a Wiki-Based Course for Enhancing the Practice of Writing Skills in the 21st Century: Moving from Theoretical Grounding into Practical Knowledge.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.
Index.