Bibliography 2/6

Ball, C. E. (2012). Assessing Scholarly Multimedia: A Rhetorical Genre Studies Approach. Technical Communication Quarterly,21(1), 61-77. doi:10.1080/10572252.2012.626390

This article was found while looking for works that cite Anne Wysocki’s “Awaywithwords.” The article focuses on a teacher’s methods of using multimedia in assignments for her writing class. The author also gives criteria for how these projects should be assessed.

Brunetti, I. (2011). Cartooning: philosophy and practice. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

This book is cited in Lynda Barry’s Syllabus. She uses Brunetti’s practices in the classroom and assigns this text for her class to read. This text presents itself as a guide to cartoon making and storytelling, giving exercises and assignments.

Groppel-Wegener, A. (2016). Groppel-Wegener Writing Essays by Pictures – Redrawing the textbook. Journal of Pedagogic Development, 6(3), 65-69. Retrieved February 5, 2017, from https://journals.beds.ac.uk/ojs/index.php/jpd/article/view/351/526.

This source was found while looking for works that cite Lynda Barry’s Syllabus on Google Scholar. The article examines the textbook as an academic genre, which is argued to be “outmoded”. It suggests that learning resources should go beyond just the textbook and expresses the importance of image use in communication.

Mendonça, P. (2016). Graphic facilitation, sketchnoting, journalism and ‘The Doodle Revolution’: New dimensions in comics scholarship. Studies in Comics,7(1), 127-152. doi:10.1386/stic.7.1.127_1

This source was found while looking for works that cite Lynda Barry’s Syllabus on Google Scholar. Mendonca discusses the effect of words and images combine to, “represent the content  of an event, discussion or process.”  The article explains that drawing is crucial for understanding, even if it is considered poor. Noted that this method is used in the professional field but should be pushed in communities and organizations.

Newcomb, M. (2012). Sustainability as a Design Principle for Composition: Situational Creativity as a Habit of Mind. College Composition and Communication,63(4), 593-615. Retrieved February 5, 2017, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/23264230?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

This article was found while looking for works that cite Anne Wysocki’s “Awaywithwords.” Newcomb argues that “Design is a rhetorical activity that requires creative thinking in response to difficult situations.” He explains that sustainable design can be a tool for writing that changes the way people think while writing and promotes creativity.