Kristine L. Blair
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Paying attention to adult learners online: The pedagogy and politics of community
K Blair, C Hoy
Computers and Composition 23 (1), 32-48, 2006
1012006
Feminist cyberscapes: Mapping gendered academic spaces
K Blair, P Takayoshi
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1999
841999
Webbing cyberfeminist practice: Communities, pedagogies, and social action
K Blair, R Gajjala, C Tulley
Hampton Press (NJ), 2009
732009
Mentors versus masters: Women’s and girls’ narratives of (re) negotiation in web-based writing spaces
A Haas, C Tulley, K Blair
Computers and Composition 19 (3), 231-249, 2002
672002
Cui bono?: Revisiting the promises and perils of online learning
KL Blair, EA Monske
Computers and Composition 20 (4), 441-453, 2003
572003
Literacy, dialogue, and difference in the ‘electronic contact zone’
K Blair
Computers and Composition 15 (3), 317-329, 1998
371998
Older adults and community-based technological literacy programs: barriers & benefits to learning
H McKee, K Blair
Community Literacy Journal 1 (2), 2, 2007
342007
Computers and composition 20/20: A conversation piece, or what some very smart people have to say about the future
JR Walker, KL Blair, D Eyman, B Hart-Davidson, M McLeod, J Grabill, ...
Computers and Composition 28 (4), 327-346, 2011
332011
Remediating knowledge-making spaces in the graduate curriculum: Developing and sustaining multimodal teaching and research
M Graupner, L Nickoson-Massey, K Blair
Computers and Composition 26 (1), 13-23, 2009
332009
Team models in online course development: A unit-specific approach
DM Alvarez, K Blair, E Monske, A Wolf
Journal of Educational Technology & Society 8 (3), 176-186, 2005
332005
Mapping the terrain of feminist cyberscapes
K Blair, P Takayoshi
Feminist Cyberscapes: Map-ping Gendered Academic Spaces. Stamford, CT: Ablex …, 1999
321999
Reflections on reading and evaluating electronic portfolios
KL Blair, P Takayoshi
Situating portfolios: Four perspectives, 357-369, 1997
291997
Microethnographies of electronic discourse communities: Establishing exigency for e-mail in the professional writing classroom
KL Blair
Computers and Composition 13 (1), 85-91, 1996
281996
Multimodal methods for multimodal literacies: Establishing a technofeminist research identity
J Almjeld, K Blair
Composing (media)= composing (embodiment): Bodies, technologies, writing …, 2012
222012
A complicated geometry: Triangulating feminism, activism, and technological literacy
KL Blair
Writing studies research in practice: Methods and methodologies, 63-72, 2012
192012
Developing digital literacies and professional identities: The benefits of ePortfolios in graduate education
KL Blair, EA Monske
Journal of Literacy and Technology 10 (1), 40-68, 2009
192009
Ewriting spaces as safe, gender-fair havens: Aligning political and pedagogical possibilities
C Tulley, K Blair
Teaching writing with computers: An introduction, 55-66, 2003
192003
Introduction-The Webs We Weave: Locating the Feminism in Cyberfeminism
K Blair, R Gajjala, C Tulley
Webbing cyberfeminist practice: Communities, pedagogies, and social action, 1-19, 2009
162009
Developing domains for multimodal writing assessment: The language of evaluation, the language of instruction
E Eidman-Aadahl, K Blair, DN DeVoss, W Hochman, L Jimerson, C Jurich, ...
Digital writing assessment & evaluation. Logan, UT: Utah State University …, 2013
152013
Course management tools as “gated communities”: Expanding the potential of distance learning spaces through multimodal tools
KL Blair
Focus on distance education developments, 441-454, 2007
142007
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