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Ann

My commitment to collaboration and shared leadership has resulted in collective vision and action: a virtual university, a new college, business intelligence/academic analytics initiatives, and numerous inter-institutional partnerships. Spurred by networked learning, my focus on connectivism as a theoretical framework has resulted in research on augmented and embodied technologies, intercultural connectivism, and professional learning networks.

Jonathan Buehl

Liz Lane

Allegra Smith

Jason Tham

PhD candidate of Rhetoric and Scientific and Technical Communication at University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

Erika M. Sparby

Publications:
"Digital Social Media and Aggression: Memetic Rhetoric in 4chan’s Collective Identity." Computers and Composition 45 (2017): 85-97.
"Breastfeeding, Authority, and Genre: Women’s Ethos in Wikipedia and Blogs,” with Alison Lukowski. In Establishing and Evaluating Digital Ethos and Online Credibility. IGI Global, 2016.

Jessica Reyman

Beth Keller

Julie Gerdes

Steve Bernhardt

Steve Bernhardt has taught writing, particularly technical and professional communication, for almost 40 years. He's served as President of ATTW and CPTSC, while serving on the editorial boards of CCC, TCQ, and JBTC. He chaired English at the University of Delaware and was a key faculty member in the development of the PhD program at NMSU. He has deep consulting and training expertise in the pharmaceutical industry, high tech, hospital and clinical, and government settings.

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