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Technological Ecologies & Sustainability
Dưnielle Nicole DeVoss, Heidi A. McKee, and Richard (Dickie) Selfe, eds.

RELEASED: May 2009

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Technological Ecologies & Sustainability

Dànielle Nicole DeVoss, Heidi A. McKee, and Richard (Dickie) Selfe, eds.

Together, computerized writing environments (e.g., physical spaces, hardware, software, and networks) and the humans who use and support such technologies comprise complex ecologies of interaction. As with any ecology, a human-computer techno-ecological system needs to be planned, fostered, designed, sustained, and assessed to create a vibrant culture of support at the individual, programmatic, institutional, and even national and international level. Local and larger infrastructures of composing are critical to digital writing practices and processes. In academia, specifically, all writing is increasingly computer-mediated; all writing is digital. This project explores how to best plan, foster, design, sustain, and assess the complex ecologies framing the study and practice of digital writing that we do (or hope to do) as teachers, scholars, learners, and writers.

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