Panel Organized at New England CCCCs 2017

In May of 2017, my colleagues Kate Artz, Anne Mooney, and I organized a 60-minute panel presentation and discussion for NCTE's New England Summer Conference on College Composition & Communication: Sharing Best Practices at Boston University.

The session, entitled "Making Audio Accessible: Teaching Transcription as Composition" examined how teaching transcription of audio files as a rhetorical process empowers students to create purposeful and accessible texts of their own. Attendees of the session participated in an activity designed to help them better understand the experiences transcripts create for their readers. We also provided assignment materials for attendees to use in their own classrooms.