Articles by Susan Gail Taylor

Smarts and Protests

Social Action and the Status Quo: Bravery in First Year Composition

Lee Skallerup Bessette and Jesse Stommel note the real need for bravery in higher education, paying special attention to the idea that “when [educators] experiment with our...
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Vlogging Composition: Making Content Dynamic

With technological innovations come opportunities for students to compose, communicate, share, collaborate, and express themselves in contemporary ways as well as opportunities for teachers to harness...
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