Rhetoric and Technology in the Next Millennium
Internet Conference, June 1998
RHETORIC AND TECHNOLOGY IN THE NEXT MILLENNIUM: AN ASYNCHRONOUS INTERACTIVE RHETORIC COMPUTER CONFERENCE: JUNE 15-30, 1998 KEYNOTE: *CYNTHIA SELFE, CHAIR, CCCC, MICHIGAN TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY* FEDERATION RHETORIC COMMITTEE FEDERATION OF NORTH TEXAS AREA UNIVERSITIES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, TEXAS WOMAN'S UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH, SPEECH, AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES TEXAS WOMAN'S UNIVERSITY The Federation Rhetoric Committee welcomes proposals for this asynchronous computer conference that will focus on rhetoric and technology. The theme of the conference should be interpreted broadly and inclusively. Proposals may range from textual analysis of a single author's text to pedagogical uses of technology for research and teaching to reviews of particular software or sources on the Internet. The Federation Proposal Selection Committee will act quickly on submitted proposals. No fee is required for making a proposal. To retain the exact stylistic features and formatting of each scholar's work, all proposals (limited to 200-400 words) must be submitted as an attachment to e-mail to William E. Tanner by May 1, 1998 (email@example.com; +1- 898-2342 [v/m]; +1- 898-2297 [FAX, kindly identify Tanner since this number is a departmental FAX]). The proceedings of the conference will be published on a CD, to be edited by William E. Tanner and Suzanne Webb, and are to be ordered directly from Caxton's Modern Arts Press. Presentations in final, publishable form must arrive in Microsoft Word as an attachment to e-mail by June 1, 1998. Proposals and presentations in any other form cannot be considered. All participants in the conference, except for registered students and full-time faculty of the Federation universities, must pay a registration fee of $25.00 to present at this conference. Register on-line at http://www.twu.edu/federation/rhetoric/default.html. Mail $25.00 registration fee (make checks payable to Federation-unt) to Russell Greer (POB 425829, Dept. of English, Speech, and Foreign Languages, Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX 76204-3829, USA). All communication from organizers of the conference will be electronic. Snail mail will be used for paying registration fees only.