Department of English

Jeanne Bohannon

Assistant Professor of English

Contact Information

Office: Kennesaw Campus
English Building (EB 440), Room 139
Email: jbohan12@kennesaw.edu
Phone: 470-578-7380


Profile

Education:

Ph.D. English, Specialization in Rhetoric and Composition, Georgia State University, 2012

 

Recent Publications:

 

"Not A Stitch out of Place: Assessing Students' Attitudes Towards Multimodal Composition." Bellaterra Journal of Teaching and Learning Language and Literature. Vol. 8, Issue 2, 2015.

 

"Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Differently: Assessing Teen Girls' Tech-Writing Use." REx: The Research Exchange Index, Colorado State University, 2015.

 

“TED as an Invention Tool: Students’ Perspectives” (with Ciara Morris), In Media Res: a Media Commons Project, 2014.

 

Permanent Regular Guest Blogger, Multimodal Mondays: A Teaching Project from Andrea Lunsford and MacMillan Higher Education, 2014-2015.

 

“Digital Griots: African American Rhetoric in a Multimedia Age: Book Review.” Composition Studies, Spring 2012.

 

Forthcoming. "Wiki Work: Recovering Forgotten Women in STEM Through Public, Collaborative Praxis. Peitho, Fall 2016.

 

Forthcoming. “Google, Baidu, the Library, and ACRL Framework: Assessing Information-Seeking Behaviors of First-Year Multilingual Writers Through Research-Aloud Protocols.” With Lillian Mina and Jinrong Li. Purdue Information Literacy Handbook, FYW First Edition, 2017.

 

Forthcoming. The Writer’s Loop. With Lauren Ingraham, Bedford/St. Martins Press, 2017.

 

Recent Presentations

 

Doing Critical Digital Pedagogy Online: A DIY Conversation to Crowd-Source What Works for Collegial Writing Workshops in a Digital Rhetoric Graduate Course. Rhetoric Society of America, 2016.

 

It's Wiki Work: A Public Re/Covery of Forgotten Women in STEM Fields. CCCC 2016.

 

The LILAC Project: Coding Student Information-Seeking Behaviors. Student Success in Writing Conference, 2016.

 

“Assessing Ourselves: What Do First-Year Students Really Think About Democratic Learning and Writing,” KSU-CHSS Dean’s Lecture Series, Spring 2016.

 

 I'll Fly Away, Saltwater Geechee Socio-linguistic Homecomings. International Summit on Civil and Human Rights, 2015.

 

Digital Literacies Across Curricula, International Conference on Information Literacy, 2015.

 

Multimodal Student Writing Showcase, Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), 2015.

 

Transcending Tech-Tools: Engaging Students With Critical-Digital Pedagogies, Student Success in Writing, 2015.

 

From Tweets to Tales: Animating the Writing Classroom through Digital Projects, Student Success In Writing Conference, 2014



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