Principles of Writing with Technology
 
Fall 2002
Instructor: 
Michael R. Moore
Michael.R.Moore@asu.edu








 

 

 

 
 
 
 

Required Course Texts & Readings

Levy, David M. Scrolling Forward: Making Sense of Documents in the Digital Age. Arcade, 2001. Available at the ASU East Williams Campus Bookstore.

Readings available via PDF on our course Blackboard site
(Password or other access problems? e-mail Michael)

Beach, Richard and Dana Lundell. "Early Adolescents' Use of Computer-Mediated Communication in Writing and Reading." Handbook of Literacy and Technology: Transformations in a Post-typographic World. David Reinking, et al., eds. Erlbaum, 1998: 93-112. 

Berry, Lloyd E., ed. The Geneva Bible: A Facsimile of the 1560 Edition. University of Wisconsin Press, 1969.

Bolter, Jay David. "The Late Age of Print." Writing Space: The Computer, Hypertext, and the History of Writing. Lawrence Erlbaum, 1991. (New edition, 2001)

-----. and Richard Grusin. "Immediacy, Hypermediacy, and Remediation."  Remediation: Understanding New Media. MIT Press, 1999: 20-51.

Born, Georgina. "Computer Software as a Medium: Textuality, Orality and Sociality in an Artificial Intelligence Research Culture." Rethinking Visual Anthropology. Yale, 1997: 139-169.

Bravo, Ellen. "The Hazards of Leaving Out The Users." Participatory Design: Principles and Practices. Douglas Schuler and Aki Namioka, eds. Erlbaum Associates, 1993: 3-11.

Eldred, Janet Carey. "Technology's Strange, Familiar Voices" Passions, Pedagogies, and 21st-Century Technologies. Gail Hawisher and Cynthia Selfe, eds. Utah State University Press: 387-98. 

Gorriz, Cecila and Claudia Medina. "Engaging Girls with Computers through Software Games." The Communications of the ACM. 43(200):  42-49.

Johnson-Eilola, Johndan. "Border Times: Writing and Being Written in Hypertext." Nostalgic Angels: Rearticulating Hypertext Writing. Ablex, 1997. 

Nardi, Bonnie A. and Vicki L. O'Day. "Librarians." Information Ecologies: Using Technology With Heart. MIT Press, 1999. 

Wysocki, Anne Frances. "Impossibly Distinct: On Form/Content and Word/Image in Two Pieces of Computer-based Interactive Multimedia." Computers and Composition 18 (2001) 209-234.
 


Additional readings & resources can be found on the Course Resource page