H-Net's network on digital writing, rhetoric, and composition



The H-DigiRhet network will provide an online discussion space for teachers, researchers, and scholars who are working at the intersections of writing, rhetoric, communication, and digital technologies, focusing on issues of digital composition, computer-mediated communication (CMC), digital literacy, information and communication technologies (ICTs), human-computer interaction (HCI) and digital rhetoric.

Recent Content

H-DigiRhet Editors wanted!


My name is Patrick Cox, Vice-President of Networks at H-NET and acting editor of H-DigiRhet.

I'm writing to ask if any amongst you would be willing to take over the editorship of H-DigiRhet. This 800+ member network has no one running it right now and has gone a bit quiet. I'm no expert in the field, and editor of two other H-NET networks and my duties as VP I am unable to commit the time it takes to run the network successfully myself. I will, however, see the network through transition to new editorship by folks more expert in the field than I.

Welcome!...and how to post!

Welcome one and all to the new H-DigiRhet!

H-DigiRhet has successfully migrated to the new H-Net Commons. This new platform integrates discussions, multimedia, and reviews into a single service staffed by volunteer field experts.  It builds on H-Net’s guiding vision of scholarly networking and gives us the wherewithal to create new material that serves the unique interests of the communities of practice we have spent twenty years cultivating.  The Commons accommodates blogs, discussions, custom pages of dynamic harvested content, reviews, and various multimedia (film and video, audio, images, documents) that are indexed for reuse and display. 

Associations and Communities

Kairosnews: A weblog for discussing rhetoric, technology, and pedagogy. http://kairosnews.org/

Computers and Writing: http://computersandwriting.org/

Association of Internet Researchers: http://aoir.org/

About this Network

Welcome to H-DigiRhet, H-Net’s Network on digital writing, rhetoric, and composition

I. The H-DigiRhet Network: Scope, Content, Purpose.