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Alexander, J. (2002). Digital spins: The pedagogy and politics of student-centered e-zines. Computers and Composition, 19(4), 387-410.

 

Burdick, A., Drucker, J., Lunenfeld, P., Presner, T. & Schnapp, J. (2012). Digital humanities. Cambridge: MIT Press. (free download book) 

 

Campbell, K.  (2003).  E-Ffective writing for e-learning environments.  Informational Sciences.

 

Cochrane, T. (2005). Podcasting: The do-it-yourself guide. Indianapolis: Wiley.

 

Delagrange, S. H. (2011).  Technologies of wonder: Rhetorical practice in a digital worldLogan, UT: Computers and Composition Press

 

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Schmit, D. (2005). Kidcast: Podcasting in the classroom. Bloomington, IN: FTC Publishing.

 

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for English teacher preparation courses. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 14(3).

 

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Szabady, G., Fodrey, C., N., & Del Russo, C. (2014). Digital (re)visions: Blending pedagogical strategies with dynamic classroom tactics. KAIROS, 19(1).

 

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