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

Is There a Robot in This Class? On Writing & AES

This presentation was delivered at the 2014 Conference on College Composition and Communication in Indianapolis, IN, March 24, 2014. Automated essay scoring (AES) is the use of specialized computer programs to assign grades to essays written in an educational setting. It is a method of educational assessment and an application of natural language processing. Its … Continue reading Is There a Robot in This Class? On Writing & AES

Ph.D. Finder for Rhetoric and Composition Programs

Earning a higher educational degree is a notable pursuit. This pursuit usually starts when one has developed an interest around a certain area of study and began looking for universities and programs that meet his/her academic needs. Yet, as a graduating master's student and Ph.D. applicant, I cannot rant enough how frustrating the process of … Continue reading Ph.D. Finder for Rhetoric and Composition Programs