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.

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(CfP) MEDIARESPONSIBILITY: NORMS, PRACTICES AND PRAGMATICS OF USE Research and practice conference with international participation

What can be done in 3 seconds in 21st century? You can order pizza, make an appointment with the doctor, find interesting article and book: even complicated theoretical manuscript.

Announcing the new Resources tab

Greetings H-Net subscribers!

We are pleased to announce the release of the Resources tab, which is now located at the top of all of our Networks. Prior to the release, there was a Media tab that chronologically aggregated all of the contributions uploaded to a particular Network. While the Media tab clearly had some basic archival value, with the development of many diverse projects making use of this material on our Networks, editors asked for a better way to organize that content. The Resources tab is the fruit of those aims.

2016 Watson Conference CFP: “Mobility Work in Composition: Translation, Migration, Transformation.”

*Apologies for Cross-Posting*

Call for Papers: “Mobility Work in Composition: Translation, Migration,
Transformation.”

For the Eleventh Biennial Thomas Watson Conference on Rhetoric and
Composition
<http://conferences.library.louisville.edu/ocs/index.php/watson/WC16>, to
be held at the University of Louisville 20-22 October 2016, we invite
proposals for presentations exploring the relevance of diverse notions of

Thank you, From H-Net

Dear H-Net Readers:

As our fall appeal comes to a close, all of us at H-Net wish to express our heartfelt thanks to the many readers who have contributed during the past few weeks.  Your gifts go directly to our program services, helping us to staff our help desk, make improvements to our web resources, and develop new features that leverage the tremendous talent pool of our hundreds of volunteer editors.

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