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WIDE-EMU 2012

Schedule

Welcome, Registration, and Wifi Setup: 8:45-9:10
The registration table will be located on the first floor of Bessey Hall.  

Session A 9:10-10:20
Do Ernst Bessey Hall 217 (lab)
Victoria Lungu, Michigan“Keep It Open: Building Public Sites in the Wild”
Estee Beck, BGSU“Collaborate & Tutor Online with Vyew”
Ken Hayes, BGSU“Collaborate & Tutor Online with Vyew”

Make Ernst Bessey Hall 304
Amy Ann Metcalf, Wayne State, “Pinterest and Other Tools for Self-efficacy in the Classroom"
Adrienne Jankens, Wayne State,Using KWL to Make Prior Knowledge Visible and to Promote Confidence in Learning"

Talk Ernst Bessey Hall 306
Christie Daniels, MSU, “'We write with pixels': Visual Media and Digital Composition”
Steven Engel, Michigan, “Ghost Writing”

Make/Talk Ernst Bessey Hall 310
Becky Morrison, EMU, “(Re)Valuing Genre in the Composition Classroom”
James Davis, MSU, “Reclaiming, Reseeing, and Rethinking the Computer as a Writing Tool”
Do Ernst Bessey Hall 312
Jeff Gerding, Purdue, "Game Design and Play as Composition Pedagogy "
Cody Reimer, Purdue, “Game Design and Play as Composition Pedagogy ”

Do Ernst Bessey Hall 317 (lab)
Derek Mueller, EMU, “Clocking Composition: Exploring Chronography with Timeline JS”
Joe Torok, EMU, “Clocking Composition: Exploring Chronography with Timeline JS”
Jana Rosinski, EMU, “Clocking Composition: Exploring Chronography with Timeline JS”

Open Ernst Bessey Hall 305

Open Ernst Bessey Hall 307 and 311
Open sessions are available for spontaneous presentations and extended conversations initiated on the day of the conference. Here's how to get your session on the schedule!
1. Tweet a title and session time (A, B, C, or D).
2. Use #ScheduleWIDEEMU hashtag
3. We'll be listening! We'll respond with either a counter proposal (if rooms are full) or a confirmation.
That's it!

Session B 10:30-11:40
Talk Ernst Bessey Hall 305
Stacy Kastner, BGSU, "VoiceThread, Photoshop, Dreamweaver--What Do Those Have to Do with Writing?!?: A Critical Conversation with Students from an Intermediate Writing Course”
Kerri Hauman, BGSU, "VoiceThread, Photoshop, Dreamweaver--What Do Those Have to Do with Writing?!?: A Critical Conversation with Students from an Intermediate Writing Course”

Make Ernst Bessey Hall 311
Karl Stolley, Illinois Institute of Technology, “Run a Course Through GitHub”

Make Ernst Bessey Hall 317 (lab)
Timothy Briggs, Oakland U, “Video Composing 101”

Do Ernst Bessey Hall 307
Joe Torok, EMU, “Composition’s Objects: Taking Stock Through Tiny Ontology”
Jana Rosinski, EMU, “Composition’s Objects: Taking Stock Through Tiny Ontology”

Make Ernst Bessey Hall 217 (lab)
Crystal VanKooten, U of Michigan, “'Find It, Add It, Edit It': Using a Do-It-Yourself Workshop Approach to Learn Video Editing”

Talk Ernst Bessey Hall 304
Lehua Ledbetter, MSU, "Composing the Body via YouTube"
Jennifer Sano-Franchini, MSU, "Composing the Body via YouTube"
Richard K. Angle, SIU-Carbondale, “Is That a Writing Center in Your Pocket:  Moving Towards Mobile Applications in Composition Instruction”

Do Ernst Bessey Hall 306
Ryan Omizo, MSU, Adventures in Graphing: How Social Networking Graphs Can Enhance Rhetorical Analysis

Open Ernst Bessey Hall 310, 312
Open sessions are available for spontaneous presentations and extended conversations initiated on the day of the conference. Here's how to get your session on the schedule!
1. Tweet a title and session time (A, B, C, or D).
2. Use #ScheduleWIDEEMU hashtag
3. We'll be listening! We'll respond with either a counter proposal (if rooms are full) or a confirmation.
That's it!

Plenary Session 11:50 - 12:50
Ernst Bessey Hall 108
"Teaching/Learning/Knowing Writing as Symbolic Action"
Bump Halbritter, MSU

Lunch 12:50 - 1:50


Session C 1:50 - 3:00
Talk-Do Ernst Bessey Hall 317 (lab)
Bill Hart-Davidson, MSU, “Composing: It's not just for humans”
Mike McLeod, MSU, “Automated Writing for Fun and Profit: How You Can Build a Writing Robot Today”

Talk Ernst Bessey Hall 304
Chelsea Lonsdale, EMU, “Student Writing Made Visible: Questions About Publication”
Jana Rosinski, EMU, “Student Writing Made Visible: Questions About Publication”
Becky Morrison, EMU, “Student Writing Made Visible: Questions About Publication”
Cheryl Ball, Illinois State, “Editorial Pedagogies: Who's bringing publications into the classroom?”

Make Ernst Bessey Hall 217 (lab)
Naomi Silver, U of Michigan, “Teaching with the Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Wiki”

Do Ernst Bessey Hall 310
Landon Berry, Eastern Kentucky, “Zombies in the Composition Classroom: Using Resident Evil to teach the Intellectual Standards”

Talk Ernst Bessey Hall 312
Laurie Britt-Smith, U Detroit Mercy, “Digital Compostion Across Programs”
Allegra Pitera, U Detroit Mercy, “Digital Compostion Across Programs”
Nicholas Rombes, U Detroit Mercy, “Digital Compostion Across Programs”

Open Ernst Bessey Hall 305, 306, 307, 311
Open sessions are available for spontaneous presentations and extended conversations initiated on the day of the conference. Here's how to get your session on the schedule!
1. Tweet a title and session time (A, B, C, or D).
2. Use #ScheduleWIDEEMU hashtag
3. We'll be listening! We'll respond with either a counter proposal (if rooms are full) or a confirmation.
That's it!

Session D 3:10 - 4:20

Make Ernst Bessey Hall 317 (lab)
Kris Blair, BGSU, “Gone Digital: Constructing Literacy Narratives for Multimodal Composition Pedagogy”
Mariana Grohowski, BGSU, “Gone Digital: Constructing Literacy Narratives for Multimodal Composition Pedagogy”
Megan Adams, BGSU, “Gone Digital: Constructing Literacy Narratives for Multimodal Composition Pedagogy”
Heather Trahan, BGSU, “Gone Digital: Constructing Literacy Narratives for Multimodal Composition Pedagogy”

Make Ernst Bessey Hall 217 (lab)
Steve Benninghoff, EMU“MOI: Mapping Moments of Interaction”
Brenda Romig-Fox, EMU“MOI: Mapping Moments of Interaction”
Leah Schemanskiz, EMU“MOI: Mapping Moments of Interaction”
Julia Eussen, EMU“MOI: Mapping Moments of Interaction”

Do/Talk Ernst Bessey Hall 311
Geoffrey V. Carter , SVSU, "Crowdsourcing the Tube: Charity and Online Video Culture"
Michael Salvo, Purdue, “Iconoclast, Institutionalization, or Capitulation”
Steve Krause, EMU, “The Summer of MOOCS: Hopefully, More of a Discussion than a Talk”

Open Ernst Bessey Hall 304, 306, 307, 310, 312
Open sessions are available for spontaneous presentations and extended conversations initiated on the day of the conference. Here's how to get your session on the schedule!

1. Tweet a title and session time (A, B, C, or D).
2. Use #ScheduleWIDEEMU hashtag
3. We'll be listening! We'll respond with either a counter proposal (if rooms are full) or a confirmation.
That's it!

Debrief and #beerrhetorics 4:30-8:30

Join us after the conference to enjoy a favorite beverage and/or food item at Beggar's Banquet.


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