DOI

10.7330/9781607326649.c015

Abstract

Composing practices in a digitally networked world are inherently intercultural, and situate local needs and constraints within global opportunities and concerns. Global technologies like Google Apps for Education (GAFE) allow students to compose collaboratively across place and time; to do so, students and teachers must navigate a complex local network of institutional policy, learning outcomes, situational needs, and composing practices while also being aware of the global implications of using the interface to compose, review, edit, and share with others. The chapter describes using GAFE in locally situated composition classes. Using such technologies requires a focus on glocalization and an understanding of how networked composing activity affects the communication process, and the institutions, faculty, and students who are interconnected within it.

Document Type

Book Chapter

ISBN

9781607326632

Publication Date

5-2018

Comments

Available through Project Muse at:

https://muse.jhu.edu/chapter/2116271

Publisher Statement

Copyright © 2018 University Press of Colorado. This book chapter first appeared in Thinking Globally, Composing Locally: Rethinking Online Writing in the Age of the Global Internet.

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