Events & Activities

Reframing Multilingualism in the Classroom: A Poetic Celebration of Diversity

Mar 31st, 2014 | By
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The World Englishes Committee invites you to a poetic celebration of diversity at Georgia Tech. Sponsored by Georgia Tech’s Writing and Communication Program, the event will feature international Georgia Tech students reading poetry from their home countries, both in the original language and in English, and conclude with a question and answer panel discussion of innovative teaching

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Grace Bauer: Nowhere All At Once (And Everything Else)

Mar 26th, 2014 | By
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You are invited to hear poet, scholar, and teacher Grace Bauer read from and discuss her newest collection, Nowhere All At Once. Grace Bauer, recipient of Academy of American Poets Prize and the Idaho Poetry Prize, was a 2009 nominee for the National Poets’ Prize. Ms. Bauer’s newest collections of poems include Nowhere All At Once (Stephen F. Austin

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STUDENT VIEW opens Wednesday, 2/26*

Feb 24th, 2014 | By
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Each year, more than 6,000 Georgia Tech undergraduates enroll in courses offered by the Writing and Communication Program (WCP), whose home is in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication. These multimodal courses are designed and taught by Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellows. To showcase students’ artistic work created in these classes, the WCP partners

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“The Language of Tech Comm: Teaching Technical Communication From a Humanities Perspective.”

Feb 14th, 2014 | By
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On Tuesday, February 18, from 11-12 PM in Hall 102, the Communication Colloquium presents “The Language of Tech Comm: Teaching Technical Communication From a Humanities Perspective.” LMC 3403: Technical Communication is a course that places an emphasis on workplace communication and that helps third- and fourth-year undergraduates learn strategies necessary for creating technical artifacts. In addition, the

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“Material Poetics Between Page and Screen”

Jan 25th, 2014 | By
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DevLab 2013-14

Oct 11th, 2013 | By

Fellow Britts: Welcome back to DevLab. This post, made on behalf of the DevLab Committee, has four purposes: to invite you to attend an Open House event next week; to provide some basic information about the DevLab space; to tell you about some of our hardware and software resources; and to invite your questions, comments,

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Propose a THATCamp Session!

Feb 20th, 2013 | By

Plans for THATCamp Southeast, to be held March 9th & 10th, are moving right along.  The organizers (myself included!) are very happy to announce two things: It’s time to Propose a Session!  Please check this link and think about what YOU want to use THATCamp to accomplish.  Then propose something related to it! We are

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Student View Previewed at Woodruff Arts Center’s Georgia Tech Night

Feb 19th, 2013 | By
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On February 7, student artwork created in the Institute’s first-year writing and communication courses (English 1101/1102) and other communication-related LMC courses was featured at Georgia Tech Night at the Woodruff Arts Center.  This exhibition, organized by the Writing and Communication Program’s Arts Initiatives Committee, previewed select digital artifacts from this year’s second annual Student View

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Anticipating THATCamp

Feb 11th, 2013 | By
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I’ve been a member of the digital humanities community here at Georgia Tech for the past year and a half (+!) and yet here I am, THATCamp-less.  It’s a shame.  I’m ashamed!  THATCamp is one of the hallmarks of what we at the Brittain Fellowship try to do on a regular basis: to get smart

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Tech Gets Medieval Symposium!

Nov 6th, 2012 | By
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On Tuesday, November 13, the Writing and Communication Program will sponsor a symposium on How Medieval Technology Can Teach the Past. The symposium will foreground the ways in which knowledge of history informs technological development today and allows faculty from different programs and schools across Georgia Tech to collaborate and discuss pedagogical methodologies used to

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