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Courtney Wright-Werner, PhD

Assistant Professor

Graduate Faculty

PhD, Kent State University

MA, Texas State University - San Marcos

BA, Moravian College

Office: Wilson Annex , Room 505

Email: cwerner@monmouth.edu

Fall 2017 Office Hours:

Monday and Thursday, 2:45 - 3:45 p.m.; Tuesday, 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.; Wednesday, 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.; and by appointment.

Fall 2017 Courses:

EN 101 College Composition I

EN 475 Writing & New Media

Regularly Taught Courses:

EN 101 College Composition I

EN 102 College Composition II

EN 442 Language and Linguistics

EN 619 Writing and the World Wide Web

Research Interests:

Research interests include digital rhetoric and composition (including new media), feminist rhetorics, writing center studies, and composition pedagogy.

Professional Associations:

National Council of Teachers of English, Conference on College Composition and Communication, International Writing Centers Association, East Central Writing Centers Association, National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing, Sigma Tau Delta, Omicron Kappa Delta

Selected Works:

Scholarly Articles:

“Activities for Tutor Identity Development.” Academic Exchange Quarterly, 18.4 (2014), with coauthor Nicole I. Caswell.

“Integrating Peer Review as Process.” In Emily King, E. Elle Mooney, Bob Neis, and Sara Uribe-Barrios (Eds.). Pupil, A Sourcebook for Teachers: Rhetoric and Composition, coauthor Nicole I. Caswell, pp. 47-49. 2014.

“The Selfie as Pedagogical Tool in a College Classroom.” College Teaching. 62.4 (2014): 1-2, with coauthors Johnson, Maiullo, Trembley, and Woolsey.

“What’s Your Website Say About You?: Varied Discourse Communities on Writing Center Websites.” East Central Writing Centers Association Newsletter, 4. 1 (2014): 1-5, with undergraduate coauthor Allyson Hoffman.

“Not Just Checklists: Using Tables to Guide Peer Review.” In Steven J. Corbett, Michelle J. LaFrance, and Teagan E. Decker (Eds.). Peer Pressure, Peer Power: Theory and Practice in Peer Review and Response for the Writing Classroom, pp. 259-266. 2014.

“Age and Peer Status in Writing Center Conferences.” Academic Exchange Quarterly, 17.4 (2013): 40-45 with coauthor Jessica Heffner, MA.

“Constructing Student Learning through Faculty Development: Writing Experts, Writing Centers, and Faculty Resources.” College English Association (CEA) Forum, 42.2 (2013), Web.

"Dear Professor X, This is not my best work: Composition meets eportfolio.” Computers & Composition Online. Fall (2013).

“Identifying the Writing Center.” East Central Writing Centers Association Newsletter, 2.1 (2012): 5-8, with coauthor Nicole I. Caswell, PhD.

“Negotiating Authority: Perceptions of Age in the Writing Center.” Praxis: A Writing Center Journal, 8.2 (2011).

“Setting the Scene: Imagery and Student Voice in the Writing Center.” Dangling Modifier, 17.2 (2011). Web.

Multimedia:

Answering the Phone: Preparing for Diverse Interviews.” Presented as Graduate training at the Council of Writing Program Administrators conference (2013).

Forthcoming:

“Speaking of Composing (Frameworks): New Media Discussions, 2000-2010.” Computers and Composition.

“Reading a Troubled Student.” Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning.

“Rhetoric and Composition Describes/Defines New Media: A Content Analysis for the Start of the 21st Century.” College Composition and Communication.

“Captain Discourse and Other Heroes: Learning about Writing Research through Comic Books.” In Karma Waltonen and Melissa Bender’s Best Practices in Writing Assignment Design with coauthor Nicole I. Caswell.

“Is Our Language Use Different?: Fashion, Feminine/ist Discourse, and Digital Writing.” Harlot.

Additional Information:

President, East Central Writing Centers Association