VIDEO (SELECTED)

Civic Disobedience: Graffiti as Rhetorical Tactic

Presentation for the 2014 Conference on College Composition and Communication, Indianapolis, IN


The Rhetorical Work of Flyers

One of a series of video lectures prepared for an online graduate seminar taught at NYU during spring 2014.



First-year Convocation Fall Welcome 2013

Video aired at the 2013 Fall Welcome Freshman Convocation at the Michigan State University Breslin Center. Audience: Approximately 8500 MSU students, staff, faculty, and administration.



First-year Convocation Fall Welcome 2015

Video aired at the 2015 Fall Welcome Freshman Convocation at the Michigan State University Breslin Center. Audience: Approximately 10,000 MSU students, staff, faculty, and administration.



Professional Writing Reception 2013

Slideshow for the Professional Writing Program end-of-the-year reception celebrating student accomplishments. Audience: Approximately 150 undergraduate students and their families; MSU staff, faculty, and administration.



Academic Orientation Program Welcome Summer 2009

Video used to launch Academic Orientation Program sessions for incoming students at Michigan State University, summer 2009. Audience: Approximately 7000 undergraduate students.



"Grand Theft Audio" (with Sue Webb)

http://www.bgsu.edu/cconline/CConline_GTA/index.html
This webtext is based on an invited presentation for Computers and Writing Online 2008. In it, Webb and I tell the (a) story of intellectual property and media convergence, and also show that story and narrate that story-—with music, examples, audio clips, video pieces, and more. Audience: Participants of Computers and Writing Online 2008; readers of Computers and Composition and Computers and Composition Online.

grand theft audio



Modernism, Postmodernism, and Online Identity Construction

A brief explication of modernist and postmodernist thought and theory, introduced to scaffold a discussion of online identity construction. Audience: Graduate students in a teaching with technology seminar.



History of the Internet (Part I, with links to Parts 2, 3, and 4)

A four-video series providing a brief and biased history of the Internet, from Vannevar Bush in 1945, to the dot.com demise of 2000, to the Star Wars Kid of 2003, and beyond. Audience: Graduate students in a teaching with technology seminar.



A Letter to Ed Tufte / Homage to Henry Rollins

I love PowerPoint. I love Henry Rollins. Audience: People who feel similarly.


last updated: November 2015