Pacific Rim Conference 2012: Keynote Dr. Cheryl Ball - March 10, 2012

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The UAA department of English presents the 17th Annual Pacific Rim Conference on Literature and Rhetoric. Keynote speaker Dr. Cheryl Ball of Illinois State University presents, “Assessment Practices for Digital Media.”

This podcast was recorded on March 10, 2012.



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Pacific Rim Conference 2012: Awards Reception - March 10, 2012

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The UAA department of English presents the 17th Annual Pacific Rim Conference on Literature and Rhetoric. Listen to the awards presentations in this podcast recorded on March 10, 2012.



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Pacific Rim Conference 2012: Poetry, Letters, and Paratext - March 10, 2012

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The UAA department of English presents the 17th Annual Pacific Rim Conference on Literature and Rhetoric.

This session, “Poetry, Letters, and Paratext: Multimodal Considerations” is moderated by Shannon Gramse

Charles Frost: “Dryden and Oldham: Looking at Paratext”
Fatima Azam: “Multimodality and Manipulation: The Deceptive Nature of Letters from Jane Austen to J.K. Rowling”
Michael Edson: “Annotation as Meditation: Editing Charles Churchill’s Poetry”

This podcast was recorded on March 10, 2012.



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Pacific Rim Conference 2012: My Avatar, Myself - March 10, 2012

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The UAA department of English presents the 17th Annual Pacific Rim Conference on Literature and Rhetoric.

This session, “My Avatar, Myself: Creating Identity through Online Practices” is moderated by Philip Peterson

Matt Doogan: “Narrative in Video Games: A Dialogic Approach to ‘Deus Ex: Human Revolution’”
James Kelleher: “Pixels and Ethics: Contemporary Gaming as Procedural Allegory”
Peter Kudenov: “The ‘Doxa’ of the Female ‘Gamer’: Gender Representation in Videogames”

This podcast was recorded on March 10, 2012.



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Pacific Rim Conference 2012: Person as Tool - March 10, 2012

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The UAA department of English presents the 17th Annual Pacific Rim Conference on Literature and Rhetoric.

This session, “Teaching Tools: The Changing Face of the Composition Classroom” is moderated by Karla Powell.

Gina Gibbs: “Person as Tool: Understanding Learning through Tools”
Charles Gornik: “Adapting to Meet New Literacies: Teaching Composition in an Online Environment”
David Coad: “New Approaches: Social Networking Websites in the Composition Classroom”

This podcast was recorded on March 10, 2012.



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