College Composition and Communication

Articles from Vol. 67, No. 3, February

Adventuring into MOOC Writing Assessment: Challenges, Results, and Possibilities
Composition faculty find themselves ancillary to the political reform movements promoting assessment within their own institutions. They blink an eye, and suddenly some victor is nailing a manifesto right on their classroom door, directly affecting their...
Announcements and Calls
PromisingResearcher AwardWinner: The recipient of the 2015 NCTE Promising Researcher Award Competition in Recognition of Bernard O'Donnell is Logan Manning, an assistant professor of literacy education in the Department of Interdisciplinary Learning...
Around 1986: The Externalization of Cognition and the Emergence of Postprocess Invention
In a 2011 article, John Whicker describes the meaning of the term postprocess as "something we all seem to know but haven't yet clearly explained nor seemed to understand the same way," and goes on to demonstrate "the diverse and often contradictory...
Barack Obama's Significance for Rhetoric and Composition
This symposium reaches print as the US electoral machinery-thus far, the bizarre and often troubling marketing campaigns of both party primaries- whirs and spins and thuds into high gear. This coming autumn, in November 2016, voters throughout the United...
CCCC News
Call for Nominations: The 2016 CCCC Nominating Committee invites nominations for the posts of CCCC Assistant Chair, Executive Committee member (seven members), and 2017 Nominating Committee (five members). The Nominating Committee seeks to identify CCCC...
Composing Post-Multiculturalism
In most scholarly fields, scare quotes have come to surround race, signifying its status as a socially constructed, historically uneven, semantically weak, ideationally inconsistent concept that, despite its shakiness, continues to hold great power in...
Do Academics Really Write This Way? A Corpus Investigation of Moves and Templates in "They Say / I Say"
Since its first edition, Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein's writing textbook, "They Say / I Say": The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing (henceforth TSIS), has inspired familiar debates among writing professionals. Recurring lines of questioning...
From the Editor
Winter greetings, colleagues. This issue of CCC challenges us to think of the breadth and depth of the work we do across not only instructional spaces and platforms but multiple affective dimensions of composing experiences. Denise K. Comer and Edward...
Metanoic Movement: The Transformative Power of Regret
I have been to the Grand Canyon twice, but I have only seen it once. In fact, I stood at the edge of the Grand Canyon two different times, but I only saw it once. Come to find out, it is possible for the entire canyon, every grand inch, to fill up with...
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