UX Writing – A New Routledge Project

I am thrilled to share the good news that my collaborators––Tharon Howard (Clemson U) and Gustav Verhulsdonck (Central Michigan U)––and I have just received a book contract from Routledge/Taylor & Francis for our UX writing project. We have worked on this proposal and book materials for over a year since our meeting at the Louisiana … Continue reading UX Writing – A New Routledge Project

Learning by Designing & Making: A Design Challenge Project in TWC

This is a project I sliced from my dissertation study and presented at the 2018 ACM Special Interest Group on Design of Communication (SIGDOC) annual conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I participated in the Microsoft Student Research Competition and was awarded 2nd place for this project.  This study shares the story of a design challenge a … Continue reading Learning by Designing & Making: A Design Challenge Project in TWC

Students Talk Technology: Tech Tools for College Education

http://youtu.be/v504TSgWuuU Many studies have revealed that college students today arrive on their campuses with high literacy in the latest technology and mobile devices. It is not uncommon to see students walking around with their beat earphones, texting while waiting in the hallway, and snapchatting with their friends in the dining hall. Yet, in the sea of options, … Continue reading Students Talk Technology: Tech Tools for College Education

The Rhetoric and Design of Course Syllabus

It's that time of the year when professors and instructors squeeze their brains and put together their hopefully-comprehensible course syllabi for respective classes. As I enter my fourth semester of teaching a freshman-writing course, I realize there's a constant urge to put more and more into my syllabus: maybe I should tell my students not … Continue reading The Rhetoric and Design of Course Syllabus