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The Future of Writing: Day One
Thursday, November 6, 2008

8.30 : Welcome: Barbara Cohen, UCI HumaniTech
Introductory Remarks: Jonathan Alexander UCI Campus Writing Coordinator
Opening Remarks: David Theo Goldberg, UCHRI

9.00 : Session I : Identity and the Internet
Linda Brodkey, Holly Bauer, and Jason Homer, UCSD, “Identity and the Internet: The Technological Self in Student Writing

10.30 : Session II : Twittering Pedagogies
Carl Whithaus, UC, Davis, “A Case Study in the Emergence of Text Tools and Genres
Anthony Warnke, Western Washington University, “We Blog, Therefore We Are: Locating the Ethical in Intersubjective Netroots Activism
Andrew Klobucar, New Jersey Institute of Technology, “The Digital Workbench: New Writing Software for Digital Humanities and Creative Media Practices Programmes

12.00 : Keynote Speaker : Tara McPherson, University of Southern California, "Animating the Archive: Emerging Modes of Scholarship"*
Part I | Blue Velvet by David Theo Goldberg and Stefka Hristova | Part II | Public Secrets by Sharon Daniels and Eric Loyer | Part III
*audio files are followed by links to the discussed works from the USC School of Cinema and Television Vectors Journal of Culture and Technology in a Dynamic Vernacular

1.30 : Session III : The Visible Word
Patrick “Pato” Hebert, “Drawn Out: Toward a Strategic Aesthetics of Handwritten Utterances in the Digital Era”

3.00 : Session IV : Questions of Authorship
Dimitri Giannakis, “EndOfThisWorld – An Online Collaborative Novel in 25 Chapters
Eric Martinez and Matt Herlihy, VSA Partners, Inc., “Public (Mis-)Trust and the Evolution of the Corporate Author

4.30 - 6.00 pm: Exhibits @ the Visual Resource Collection, 85 Humanities Instructional Building

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm: Reception at the Beall Center for Art + Technology

The Future of Writing: Day Two
Friday, November 7, 2008

8.30 : Session V : Video/Writing
Joseph Squier, University of Illinois, “Writing with Video”
Elizabeth Losh, UCI, “TV for One: Teaching Writing in the Age of YouTube
Alexandra Juhasz, Pitzer College, “Learning from and Teaching on YouTube” [follwed by a YouTube video presentation at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGsi5na0JZI]

10.15 : Session VI : Educational Intelligences in the Digital Realm
Mark Warschauer, UCI, “Automated Assessment in the Writing Classroom
Yen-Lin Chou, UCI, "Facebook: Immigrant students’ semiotic production and identity representation in the digital sphere"

11.15 : Session VII : The Art of Draftsmanship
“Digital Technology and Writing Instruction in UCSD’s Culture, Art, and Technology Program
Darrin McGraw, Linda Strauss, Lisa Kaczmarczyk, and Tara Knight, UCSD

12.30 : Keynote Speaker : Lester Faigley, University of Texas at Austin, "Considering the Possibility of Writing 2.0"

2.00 : Session VIII : Digital Performances
Antoinette LaFarge, UCI, and Robert Allen, “Reconstructing the Rapture: Improvisational Techniques for Generating and Working with Performance Texts”

3.45 : Session IX : Critical Thinking Gone Digital
Patricia Hartz and Susan Morse, UCI, “Cognition and Media Convergence: Implications and Applications for Critical Thinking and Writing
Leigh Harris, UCLA, “Teaching and Learning in a 3D Virtual World”
Gina Victoria Shaffer, UCLA, “Reading Habits and Writing Practices in an Electronic Habitat

For more information or to make corrections, please contact Jonathan Alexander at jfalexan@uci.edu or by phone @ 949-824-7397.

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