Volume 3, Issue 3: October 2016


Volume 3, Issue 2: May 2016


Volume 3, Issue 1: July 2015


Editorial by Santosh Khadka and J. C. Lee


  1. Low-Tech/Low-Verbal Multimodal Assignments in First-Year Writing: Beyond a “Words Plus” Model of Multimodality by Elizabeth G. Allan

  2. New Media Rhetorics: Redefining Multimodality for the 21st Century FYC Classroom by Kathleen Marie Baldwin

  3. Multimodal ≠ Multivocal: Incorporating an Ethic of Inclusion to Facilitate Critical Framing by Erica Cirillo-McCarthy

  4. Digital First-Year Composition: Integrating Multimodality into a Writing about Writing Approach by Brandy Dieterle and Stephanie Vie

  5. Performance and Disidentification: Towards a Theory of Queer Modalities and Networked Communication by Gerald Jackson

  6. Multimodal and Translingual Composing Practices: A Culturally Based Needs Assessment Of Second Language Learners by Julia E. Kiernan

  7. Collaborative Multimodal Pedagogy in the First-Year Stretch Composition Classroom by John A. Kubler

  8. Wearing Multimodal Composition: The Case for Examining Dress Practices in the Writing Classroom by Katie Manthey

  9. Digital Creativity at Scale: Multimodal Teaching and Learning in Large Online Courses by Sidneyeve Matrix

  10. Designing Research: Using Infographics to Teach Design Thinking in Composition by Annie S. Mendenhall and Sarah Summers

  11. An Epistemological Process for Multimodal Assignment Design by Tanya K. Rodrigue

  12. Sociocultural Affordances of Using a Musical/Multimodal/Multilingual

    Approach in a Puerto Rican/Transnational Composition Classroom by Karrieann Soto Vega

  1. Assignment: The Culture of Participation by Diane Quaglia Beltran

  2. Google Earth and Google Earth “Tour Builder” by Jenn Brandt

  3. Assignment, Project Web: Meme Analysis and Composition by Sharon Lim

  4. How to Read a Comic by Nicole Neitzke (in three parts):   PART I    PART II    PART III

  5. Assignment: Digital Ethnography by Lori Ostergaard

  6. Assignment: Writing in a Digital Age: #TrendingAnalysis by Sarah Summers

 Volume 2, Issue 4: December 2014


Volume 2, Issue 3: July 2014: Special Issue on MOOCs


Editorial by Ghanashyam Sharma and Michael Murphy 


  1. Developing world MOOCs: A curriculum view of the MOOC landscape by Laura Czerniewicz, Andrew Deacon, Janet Small, and Sukaina Walji

  2. Redefining the MOOC: Examining the multilingual and community potential of massive online courses by Kaitlin Clinnin

  3. Thinking about thinking like a writer: Learning at scale in a writing MOOC by Kate Fedewa, Jeffrey T. Grabill, Kristen Heine, Julie Lindquist, and Jennifer Royston

  4. Cyber schooling: A family’s hi-tech nightmare by Uttam Gaulee

  5. Mapping five O’s for reaping benefits from massive open online courses by Bernard Nkuyubwatsi

  6. Reflecting upon the content and design principles of a university e-course for preservice English language teachers: The lecturer’s perspective by Maria Stathopoulou

  7. Engagement or alienation? Reflections on MOOC design, facilitator role, and context by Tanya Lau

  8. Rings of engagement: A Model for MOOC enrollment by Phu Vu and Peter J. Fadde

  9. Democratic” online courses as “glocalized communication” in English language teaching and applied linguistics: A proposal by Ribut Wahyudi

  10. Going beyond the good MOOC/bad MOOC debate (An observation on the special issue) by Maha Bali

Volume 2, Issue 2: March 2014



Volume 2, Issue 1: October 2013


Volume 1, Issue 2: March 2013


Volume 1, Issue 1: October 2012