Journal: The ACE (Assembly on Computers in English) Journal
provides a venue for publication of refereed articles which focus on issues
related to all areas and levels of English studies and computers. Issues
discussed include "Design, Discovery, and Serendipity in Computer-Based
Classrooms," "What Computers Can (and Cannot) Do in the English Classroom,"
and "What Are You Doing Today with Computers in Your Classroom?"
A practitioner's journal about managing information resources (1998
issue): Issues discussed include "Ownership Issues in Online
Use of Institutional Materials," "Distance Education: Effective Learning
or Content-Free Credits," and "What Do Information Technology Support Services
Online: College Composition and Communication is published
four times a year (February, June, September, and December) for the Conference
on College Composition and Communication by the National Council of Teachers
of English. CCC Online includes information about not only the latest issue
of CCC to reach print but also forthcoming scholarship.
an electronic journal devoted to exploratory writing about education to
provide a forum for practising teachers of pupils and students of all ages
engaged in research into their own practice.
of Higher Education: includes articles on information
technologies, distance education, teaching, publishing, internet resources,
grant opportunities, in government and politics.
English: covers a wide spectrum of topics relevant to
the discipline of English at the level of higher education. CE publishes
articles on both literature and composition as well as other disciplinary
concerns, and the journal is open to all theoretical approaches and schools
and Rhetoric Bibliographic Database: provides citations
from various journals in the field of Rhetoric and Composition.
Studies: dedicated to the range of professional practices
associated with rhetoric and composition: teaching college writing; theorizing
rhetoric and composing; administering writing related programs; preparing
the field's future teacher-scholars.
An ongoing inventory of publications in post-secondary composition and
Communication Magazine: ran issues from May 1994 to January
1999, and reported about people, events, technology, public policy, culture,
practices, study, and applications related to human communication and interaction
in online environments.
& Composition: An Internation Journal for Teachers of Writing:
the purpose of this site is to provide news, resources, and features on
the topic of computers and composition, going beyond traditional print
formats to include audio, sound, video, and hypertext. Contributions may
take the form of electronic manuscripts, hypertexts, multimedia constructions,
or Web documents in HTML format.
international journal of theory, technology, and culture, publishing articles,
interviews, event-scenes and reviews of key books.
in Electronic Literacy: an electronic journal published
by the Computer Writing and Research Lab of the Division of Rhetoric and
Composition at The University of Texas at Austin. Currents' purpose is
to provide for the scholarly discussion of issues pertaining to electronic
A Journal for Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture: devoted
to contemporary theorizations of rhetoric, writing, and culture. The journal
accepts academic arguments, broadly construed, in all media forms suitable
for web-based publication, including conventional articles, hypertexts,
and multimedia projects.
Online: publishes theoretical articles on a variety of
topics related to rhetoric, writing, multiple literacies, and the politics
of education. JAC Online provides a TOC for past issues.
Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks: describes
original work in asynchronous learning networks (ALN), including experimental
results. Last Issue: September 2001.
of Classroom Interaction: devoted to empirical investigations
and theoretical papers dealing with observation techniques, research on
student and teacher behavior, and other issues relevant to the domain of
classroom interaction. TOC of Back Issues from 1965-1999.
the intersections of rhetoric, technology, and pedagogy. Each issue presents
varied perspectives on special topics such as "Critical Issues in Computers
and Writing," "Technology and the Face of Language Arts in the K-12 Classroom,"
and "Hypertext Fiction/Hypertext Poetry."
Learning, and Technology: disseminates research to foreign
and second language educators in the US and around the world on issues
related to technology and language education.
the National Education Association e-journal presents an interactive and
collaborative exploration of teaching issues.
Review: provides an end-user library systems review (1990-1998)
publishes texts in the area of rhetorical theory
Texts: publishes essays on critical theory, literary
and textual criticism, editorial theory and practices, the interrelations
between literature and the social sciences, rhetoric and composition, and
Schools: discusses the importance of technology in the
an experimental journal exploring the possibilities of web-publishing.
Last updated 1997.
Journal: publishes articles from educators involved in
integrating technology on their campuses and into their curricula.
English in the Two-Year College: publishes articles for
two-year college teachers and those teaching the first two years of English
in four-year institutions.
Source: publishes articles that assist educators as they
face the challenge of integrating information technology tools into teaching
and into managing educational organizations.
Works: presents a series of broadsides on rhetoric and
composition. Written from a cross-disciplinary perspective by members of
the Writing Center staff and of the BSU faculty, it is intended as a resource
for instructors in any discipline who are interested in using writing to
Journal: publishes articles and essays concerning the
organization, administration, practices, and aims of college and university