Computers and Composition, the “Top 25”

Out of a discussion on Tech-Rhet the other day came this little tidbit from Bill HD: ScienceDirect (which indexes Computers and Composition) has a “Hottest 25” feature for various journals. So, for example, here’s a link to the “hottest 25” articles (in terms of people accessing them at least, I assume) in Computers and Composition from the October-December 2007 issues.

Since this site also has a handy “blog it” feature and there are some articles I can imagine teaching next year, I think I’ll go ahead and link those below as well:

Understanding”Internet plagiarism”
• Article
Computers and Composition, Volume 24, Issue 1, 1 January 2007, Pages 3-15
Howard, R.M.

Gains and losses: New forms of texts, knowledge, and learning
• Article
Computers and Composition, Volume 22, Issue 1, 1 January 2005, Pages 5-22
Kress, G.

The fair use doctrine: History, application, and implications for (new media) writing teachers
• Article
Computers and Composition, Volume 24, Issue 2, 1 March 2007, Pages 154-178
Rife, M.C.


Why Napster matters to writing: Filesharing as a new ethic of digital delivery
• Article
Computers and Composition, Volume 23, Issue 2, 1 January 2006, Pages 178-210
DeVoss, D.N.; Porter, J.E.

 
Weathering wikis: Net-based learning meets political science in a South African university
• Article
Computers and Composition, Volume 24, Issue 3, 1 June 2007, Pages 266-284
Carr, T.; Morrison, A.; Cox, G.; Deacon, A.

(I did teach this one this past year, actually.)


Plagiarism, originality, assemblage
• Article
Computers and Composition, Volume 24, Issue 4, 1 September 2007, Pages 375-403
Johnson-Eilola, J.; Selber, S.A.

 
CMS-based simulations in the writing classroom: Evoking genre through game play
• Article
Computers and Composition, Volume 24, Issue 2, 1 March 2007, Pages 179-197
Fisher, D.

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