Based at Bowling Green State University, the Computers and Composition journal brings together critical reflections on using new media in the classroom, pedagogy, and other topics related to teaching English and other subjects. On the homepage, visitors can learn about the journal and its staff, and find a link to the archives. The left-hand side of the page has five sections, including Theory Into Practice, Virtual Classroom, and Print to Screen. Visitors can click through these sections to read pieces like "Composition Games for the Classroom" and "The Ethics of Digital Publishing: Do Online Texts Threaten History?" Moving along, visitors can click on the Submissions area to learn how to submit their own pieces for consideration.


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