We’re in Rochester, NY for Computers & Writing 2016. We attended the computational rhetorics workshop facilitated by Ryan Omizo and Bill Hart-Davidson, and presented in session D2, “Boundary Work: Designing a Composition Archive for Research and Mentoring Across Disciplines.” That’s Friday, 5/20, 4:30 to 5:45pm, in Nursing 102.
We described our approach to developing Crow in five short talks:
- Shelley Staples introduced our team and share our project goals.
- For those C&W attendees not familiar with corpus linguistics, Terrence Wang offered an introduction.
- Ashley Velázquez, reading for Lindsey Macdonald, outlined some of the pedagogical rationale for Crow, and describe some possibilities.
- Michelle McMullin described how our approach to infrastructure draws on scholarship in professional communication.
- Finally, Bradley Dilger concluded our panel by saying more about our approach to sustainable collaboration.
We have more to say about the conference in another post.