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C&W 2009 Reviews

First published in[http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/14.2/ | Kairos 14.2))


C&W 2009 Website

Conference Townhall

Town Hall III: @ Work, @ School, @ Play

Reviewed by Scott Reed?

Individual Sessions

Session A1: Publics, Intellectuals, and the Digital Humanities

Reviewed by Lynn C. Lewis?


Session A2: When the Mobile Medium is the Message: From Marshall McLuhan to Nicholas Carr

Reviewed by Kim Lacey?


Session A6: The Impact of Ubiquitous (or not so ubiquitous) Computing on Faculty and Students

Reviewed by Mary Karcher?


Session B6: Metaphoric Space, Cyberspace, and Work Space

Reviewed by Mary Karcher?


Session B7: Classroom 2.0: Teaching, Learning, and Theorizing Adobe Breeze

Reviewed by Kim Lacey?


Session C8: Portal(s) and Empire: The Spaces of Ubiquitous Gaming

Reviewed by Virginia Kuhn?


Session D1: Ubiquitous Mobile Devices, Novels, and Fangirls

Reviewed by Mary Karcher?
Reviewed by Kim Lacey?


Session E2: Blogs (2)

Reviewed by D. Alexis Hart?
Reviewed by Scott Reed?


Session E7: Ubiquitous Composing: Play and Identity in Material Worlds

Reviewed by Kim Lacey?


Session F7: Undergrads, Grads, and Faculty: Creating a Sustainable Environment for Digital Scholarship

Reviewed by Scott Reed?


Session G5: We Play, We Write, We Wii, We Communicate: Multiple Identities and the Shaping of Communicative Acts

Reviewed by Scott Reed?


Session I3: Under the Surface of Ubiquitous Computing: The Digital Literacy of Code

Reviewed by Scott Reed?





C and W Reviews Editor:

  • Scott Reed


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