PUBLISHED ISSUES

Volume 6, Issue 2: October 2020

Zhai Nan, Mai Meng and Filial Piety: The Translingual Creativity of Chinese University Students in an Academic Writing Course

Chaoran Wang, Beth Lewis Samuelson, Katherine Silvester

Language and Access: World Englishes, Universal Design for Learning, and Writing Pedagogy

Allegra W. Smith

Judicious Exploitation of Literature in Language Teaching

Lok Raj Regmi

Exploring Language, Literacy, and Cross-Cultural Representation:  A Semiotic Analysis in Mistry’s Family Matters

Harry Bhandari

Volume 6, Issue 1: August 2020 | Special Issue on Digital Culture and Humanities

Introduction
Anna Wing-bo Tso, Winnie Siu-yee Ho, and Stephie Kang

Enhancing Digital Literacy through the Understanding of Multimodal Creativity in Social Media: A Case Study of Elon Musk’s Social-Influencer Discourse in his Twitter Posts
Locky Law

Pedagogical Experiment with Digital Humanities in Cultural Management: Using Information Literacy to Teach Public and Community Art in Hong Kong
Jane Zheng and Leo F. H. Ma

Of Makeup Hauls and Holy Gails: Examining the Conceptions of Beauty in an Online Discussion Thread
Jaimee Marie B. Serrano

Exploring Implicit and Explicit Technology Instruction in an L2 Writing Context
Bethany Martens

Effects of Captioned Videos on Learners’ Comprehension
Sijia Guo, Helena Sit, and Shen Chen

An Investigation of the Effectiveness of English Langage Apps for EFL Vocabulary Building
Anna Wing-bo Tso

Second Language Acquisition in the Digital World: Use of Language Learning Apps as an Individual Difference
Dmitrii Pastushenkov


Volume 5, Issue 2: December 2019 | Special Issue on Yakthung & Cherokee Indigenous Rhetorics

Introduction
Catheryn Jennings, Kenlea Pebbles, Marohang Limbu, and Arjun Limbu

Every Word is a Prayer: Heritage Language Literacy and Indigenous Identity
Catheryn Jennings

Limbus’ Traditional Headmanship Subhangi: An Overview of Its Emergence and Disappearance (1774-1964)
Arjun Limbu

Constellating “the Nourishing Arts,” Decolonial Theory, Land, and Indigenous Food Sovereignty Activism through Story, Relations, and Making
Jaquetta Shades

The Tsongs (Limbus) Down the Ages in Sikkim
Buddhi L. Khamdhak

An Overview of the Association Between the Myths and Proof of Lepmuhang Mundhum and Matsya Puran
Nawa Raj Subba

Cho’lung: The Core of the Political Philosophy in Yakthung Mundhum
Chaitanya Subba

Saimundri: The Post-Marriage Ritual in Limbu-Community Is on the Verge of Extinction
Damber Tembe


Volume 5, Issue 1: February 2019

Facebook Literacies – an ethnographic study in Hong Kong
Winnie Siu-Yee Ho


Volume 4, Issue 3: February 2018 | Special Issue on Transnationalism

Introduction
Julia Kiernan, Joyce Meier, and Xiqiao Wang

“It makes us even angrier than we already are”: Listening Rhetorically to Students’ Responses to an Honor Code Imported to a Transnational University in the Middle East
Mysti Rudd

The Threshold Potential of Transnational Pedagogies
Margaret K. Willard-Traub 

Inviting the stranger: Building pedagogical practice on the foundations of cosmopolitan thought
Massimo Verzella

Translingual Pedagogy, Rhetorical Listening, and Multimodal Experiences in a First-Year Writing Conference that Fosters Intercultural Learning
Joyce Meier, Bree Gannon, Cheryl Caesar, and David Medei

Translingual Pedagogy Through Poetry Writing: A Case of College Composition Course
Fang-Yu Liao

Afterword
Bruce Horner


Volume 4, Issue 2: December 2017


Volume 4, Issue 1: March 2017


Volume 3, Issue 3: October 2016


Volume 3, Issue 2: May 2016


Volume 3, Issue 1: July 2015

Editorial
Santosh Khadka and J. C. Lee

ARTICLES

Low-Tech/Low-Verbal Multimodal Assignments in First-Year Writing: Beyond a “Words Plus” Model of Multimodality
Elizabeth G. Allan

New Media Rhetorics: Redefining Multimodality for the 21st Century FYC Classroom
Kathleen Marie Baldwin

Multimodal ≠ Multivocal: Incorporating an Ethic of Inclusion to Facilitate Critical Framing
Erica Cirillo-McCarthy

Digital First-Year Composition: Integrating Multimodality into a Writing about Writing Approach
Brandy Dieterle and Stephanie Vie

Performance and Disidentification: Towards a Theory of Queer Modalities and Networked Communication
Gerald Jackson

Multimodal and Translingual Composing Practices: A Culturally Based Needs Assessment Of Second Language Learners
Julia E. Kiernan

Collaborative Multimodal Pedagogy in the First-Year Stretch Composition Classroom
John A. Kubler

Wearing Multimodal Composition: The Case for Examining Dress Practices in the Writing Classroom
Katie Manthey

Digital Creativity at Scale: Multimodal Teaching and Learning in Large Online Courses
Sidneyeve Matrix

Designing Research: Using Infographics to Teach Design Thinking in Composition
Annie S. Mendenhall and Sarah Summers

An Epistemological Process for Multimodal Assignment Design
Tanya K. Rodrigue

Sociocultural Affordances of Using a Musical/Multimodal/Multilingual Approach in a Puerto Rican/Transnational Composition Classroom
Karrieann Soto Vega

TEACHING ARTIFACTS

Assignment: The Culture of Participation
Diane Quaglia Beltran

Google Earth and Google Earth “Tour Builder”
Jenn Brandt

Assignment, Project Web: Meme Analysis and Composition
Sharon Lim 

How to Read a Comic: PART I    PART II    PART III
Nicole Neitzke 

Assignment: Digital Ethnography
Lori Ostergaard 

Assignment: Writing in a Digital Age: #TrendingAnalysis
Sarah Summers


Volume 2, Issue 4: December 2014


Volume 2, Issue 3: July 2014 | Special Issue on MOOCs

Editorial
Ghanashyam Sharma and Michael Murphy 

ARTICLES

Developing world MOOCs: A curriculum view of the MOOC landscape
Laura Czerniewicz, Andrew Deacon, Janet Small, and Sukaina Walji

Redefining the MOOC: Examining the multilingual and community potential of massive online courses
Kaitlin Clinnin

Thinking about thinking like a writer: Learning at scale in a writing MOOC
Kate Fedewa, Jeffrey T. Grabill, Kristen Heine, Julie Lindquist, and Jennifer Royston

Cyber schooling: A family’s hi-tech nightmare
Uttam Gaulee

Mapping five O’s for reaping benefits from massive open online courses
Bernard Nkuyubwatsi

Reflecting upon the content and design principles of a university e-course for preservice English language teachers: The lecturer’s perspective
Maria Stathopoulou

Engagement or alienation? Reflections on MOOC design, facilitator role, and context
Tanya Lau

Rings of engagement: A Model for MOOC enrollment
Phu Vu and Peter J. Fadde

“Democratic” online courses as “glocalized communication” in English language teaching and applied linguistics: A proposal
Ribut Wahyudi

Going beyond the good MOOC/bad MOOC debate (An observation on the special issue)
Maha Bali


Volume 2, Issue 2: March 2014

ARTICLES

Teachers’ Use of the iPad in Classroom and Their Attitudes Toward Using It
Phu Vu, John McIntyre, and Jude Cepero 

Digital Literacy as a Tool for Self-Authoring: Teaching Reluctant Student Writers Through “Redesign”
Gregorio Hernandez-Zamora and Karin Zotzmann 

Stasis and Theory of Mind for First Year Composition: A Transdisciplinary Exploration
Rajendra K. Panthee and Owen M. Williamson

BOOK REVIEW

Critical Issues in Literacy Pedagogy: Notes from the Trenches Reviewed
Stacey Duncan


Volume 2, Issue 1: October 2013


Volume 1, Issue 2: March 2013


Volume 1, Issue 1: October 2012

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