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Rhetoric/composition/play through video games : reshaping theory and practice of writing / edited by Richard Colby, Matthew S.S. Johnson, and Rebekah Shultz Colby.


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Publication date:
First edition.
New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
  • Book
  • xviii, 239 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Title Variation:
Rhetoric, composition, play through video games
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • The game of Facebook and the end(s) of writing pedagogy / John Alberti, Northern Kentucky University
  • The pencil-shaped joystick: a synoptic history of text in digital games / Nate Garrelts, Ferris State University
  • Who are you here?: the avatar and the other in video game avatars / Katherine Warren, Western Illinois University
  • Developing and extending gaming pedagogy: designing a course as game / Justin Hodgson, University of Texas at Austin
  • On second thought ... / Mark Mullen, George Washington University
  • Ludic snags / Matthew S. S. Johnson, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Richard Colby, University of Denver
  • Metaphor, writer's block, and the Legend of Zelda: a link to the writing process / Benjamin Miller, CUNY
  • Drag and drop: teaching our students things we don't already know / Danielle LaVaque-Manty, University of Michigan
  • Gender and gaming in a first-year writing class / Rebekah Shultz Colby, University of Denver
  • Exploitationware / Ian Bogost, The Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Techne as play: three interstices / James Schirmer, University of Michigan (Flint)
  • What happens in Goldshire stays in Goldshire: rhetorics of queer sexualities, roleplaying, and fandom in World of Warcraft / Lee Sherlock, Michigan State University
  • Grammar interventions in gaming forums: intersections of academic and non-academic standards / Larry Beason, University of South Alabama
  • Mr. Moo's first RPG: rules, discussion and the Instructional implications of collective intelligence on the Open Web / Trevor Owens, George Mason University
  • Afterword / Debra Journet, University of Louisville.
Colby, Richard, editor of compilation.
Included Work:
Alberti, John. Game of Facebook and the end(s) of writing pedagogy.
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