“Assessing Multimodality: Navigating the Digital Turn”
On Friday, April 12, the Writing and Communication Program at the Georgia Institute of Technology will host “Assessing Multimodality: Navigating the Digital Turn,” a one-day symposium sponsored by Bedford/St.Martin’s. The symposium is designed to help build bridges between faculty from regional colleges and universities by exploring issues related to writing, assessment, and multimodal composition.
- The event will take place in the Stephen C. Hall Building, new home to the Writing and Communication Program at Georgia Tech, and includes a number of distinguished speakers: Kristin Arola (Washington State University)
- Cheryl Ball (Illinois State University)
- Jennifer Sheppard (New Mexico State University)
- Mike Palmquist (Colorado State University)
- Marc Bousquet (Emory University)
- Jim Dubinsky (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
- Susan Katz (North Carolina State University)
- Joanna Wolfe (Carnegie Mellon University).