Interview: Cynthia Selfe Talks about the Future of Technology and Teaching

by Evelyn Beck English professor Cynthia Selfe has distinguished herself in a niche that puts her colleagues to sleep. In a 1999 essay that appeared in College Composition and Communication, Selfe writes, “A central irony that has shaped my professional life for as long as I can remember goes something like this: the one topic I actually know something about—that of computer technology and its use in teaching composition—is also the single subject, in my experience, best guaranteed to inspire glazed eyes and complete indifference in those portions of the CCCC [Conference on College Composition and Communication] membership, which do […]
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