Vegas, Baby: My CCCC Post-Mortem


Posted: March 18th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Research, Rhetoric, Self-Promotion, Teaching | No Comments »


Back from this year’s CCCC, located in the slightly grimy Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas, and not too much worse for wear, surprisingly. I wanted to share a couple of professional tidbits from the trip…

First of all, my Digital Pedagogy Poster Presentation, a synopsis/highlight of the BACKtalk student presentation assignment (thanks, Dickie Selfe and Doug Eyman, for organizing another strong collection this year):

Citation: McCorkle, Ben.”Looking Back at BACKtalks: One Instructor’s Reflections.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Session Coordinators Dickie Selfe and Doug Eyman. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Las Vegas. 15 March 2013.

And secondly, a publication that dropped just in time for the conference: Stories That Speak to Us, edited by Cynthia Selfe, Scott Dewitt, and H. Lewis Ulman. Jamie Bono and I had a co-curated piece in there (and available as either a publicly accessible or downloadable Prezi, or as a PDF “walkthrough” transcript):

Citation: McCorkle, Ben and Jamie Bono. “Ludic Literacies: Mapping the Links Between the Literacies at Play in the DALN.” Stories That Speak to Us: Exhibits from the Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives. Ed. H. Lewis Ulman, Scott Lloyd DeWitt, & Cynthia L. Selfe. Logan, UT: Computers and Composition Digital Press, 2013. Web.


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