Participants at the 2014 Conference on College Composition and Communication

Monday, March 10, 2014
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Faculty present at the 2014 Conference on College Composition and Communication

Conference on College Composition and Communication
2014 Annual Meeting
March 19-22, Indianapolis, IN

Participants from UC Santa Barbara

Wednesday, March 19

9am – 12:30pm
Karen Lunsford
Coding for Data Analysis
Marriott Downtown, Florida Room, First Floor

9am – 5pm
Deborah Harris-Moore
“The Cancer Paradox: The Rhetorical Construction of Illness, the Patient, and the Survivor”
Kevin Moore
“Writing in the Reading Room: The Manuscript Archive as a Space for Teaching Process”
2014 Research Network Forum
JW Marriott, Grand Ballroom V, Third Floor

Kara Otto
“’It is not so popular’: Outsourcing and the State of Writing Instruction as it Exists both Inside and Outside a Chilean University”
Accessing the Future of Writing Studies: Disruption and Dialogue via International Higher Education Writing Research
JW Marriott, Room 107, First Floor

1:30pm – 5pm
Lida Adler-Kassner
John Majewski
Open(ing) Conversation: What Are the Threshold Concepts of Composition?
JW Marriott, Room 204, Second Floor

Charles Bazerman
Qualitative Research Network Forum
JW Marriott, Grand Ballroom I, Third Floor

2pm – 5:30pm
Karen Lunsford
“Roundtable 2: Evolving IP Policies for Journals”
Intellectual Property in Composition Studies
JW Marriott, Grand Ballroom VII, Third Floor

Thursday, March 20

3:15pm – 4:30pm
Amy Propen
“Engendering a Sense of Place in the First-Year Writing Classroom: Or, You Can’t Do This with MOOCs”
Ecology of Place in Globalized Space: Open Access, the Networked World, and the Future of Writing Studies
JW Mariott, Room 205, Second Floor

Friday, March 21

8:00am – 9:15am
Jennifer K. Johnson
“This Paper Is Terrible!: The Role of Assessment in Damaging Students’ Self-Efficacy”
Nicole Warwick
“A Case (Study) of Violence in Assessment: The Exit Writing Exam at One California State University”
Violence of Assessment: Theoretical and Practical Considerations
JW Marriott, Room 302, Third Floor

11:00am – 12:15pm
Jennifer K. Johnson, chair
Open(ing) Technological Access in Digital, Professional, and Scholarly Spaces
JW Marriott, Room 109, First Floor

Karen Lunsford
“Building a Research Tradition”
Collecting, Analyzing, and Talking about Data
JW Marriott, Room 202, Second Floor

2:00pm – 3:15pm
Linda Adler-Kassner
“Defining Threshold Concepts in the Contemporary Policy Climate: Why Now?”
John Majewski
“Threshold Concepts and General Education”
Open(ing) Conversation: What Are the Threshold Concepts of Composition?
Marriott Downtown, Indiana Ballroom E, First Floor

3:30pm – 4:45pm
Karen Lunsford, chair
Natalia Avila
“On-line Design as an Opportunity to Rethink Writing Pedagogies: A Case Study in the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile”
Charlyne Sarmiento
“Critical Literacy in our Information Age: Remediating Plagiarism”
Technological Interventions, Pedagogical Reinterpretation: Teaching Peer Review, Genre-based Writing, and Critical Information Literacy in Online/Hybrid Education
JW Marriott, Grand Ballroom IV, Third Floor

Saturday, March 22

12:30pm – 1:45pm
Patrick McHugh, chair
Randi Browning
“First-Year Writers and Ethical Issues: Opportunities, Challenges, Benefits, and Lessons”
Patrick McHugh
“Ethics and Doubt: Pedagogical Professionalism in Writing Courses”
Olivia Walling
“Qualitative Versus Quantitative Research Methods or the Ethics of Critical Thinking in the Writing Course”
Professional Creep: Ethics and Economics in Writing Classes
JW Marriott, Room 205, Second Floor

[Presenters from the Gevirtz School are available for interviews; contact George Yatchisin at 805 893 5789]