How to Online Conference

Normally this is the time of year when I’d re-up previous posts: How to Plan for ConferencesHow to SlideshowHow to Conference We’re in a new era, however, thus How to Online Conference: Triple-check your time zones Turn your microphone off Put some pants on (This is still fairly new to all of us, I would … Continue reading How to Online Conference

The Writer’s Diet // Helen Sword. — lee, sooho (excellent synopsis of an important book)

Lately I’ve been feeling my writing sluggish; it reads like thick moss. I’ve hit writer’s block and slumps before, and most of the time they smooth out with time and grit. But I decided to try my hands on something quicker—a diet of sorts. True to the title, The Writer’s Diet dishes out the minimum, […]The … Continue reading The Writer’s Diet // Helen Sword. — lee, sooho (excellent synopsis of an important book)

Let the AP Stylebook explain it all to you …

For many people – not just journalists but also business and tech writers – the Associated Press’ AP Stylebook is something of a Bible when it comes to adhering to proper presentation of the written English language. There are other style guides out there – FranklinCovey is another popular resource – but the AP Stylebook … Continue reading Let the AP Stylebook explain it all to you …

Multimodal Mondays: Foundations of Non-Linear Writing

Today’s guest blogger is Kim Haimes-Korn, a Professor of English and Digital Writing at Kennesaw State University. Kim’s teaching philosophy encourages dynamic learning and critical digital literacies and focuses on students’ powers to create their own knowledge through language and various “acts of composition.” She likes to have fun every day, return to nature when things get too…Multimodal … Continue reading Multimodal Mondays: Foundations of Non-Linear Writing