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On behalf of the Program in Writing and Rhetoric at Stanford University, I am delighted to invite you to attend the twenty-first Computers and Writing Conference.  The conference will take place June 16 through June 19 at Stanford University in the heart of Silicon Valley. 

CW2005 will open with the Graduate Research Network, giving our graduate student colleagues the opportunity to share their research and explore new venues for the same.  Conference participants have the opportunity to enroll in pre-conference workshops and discover hands-on, new techniques for incorporating technology in the classroom. As in past years, we will feature Town Hall Sessions, led by Judi Kirkpatrick, Darin Payne and John Zuern who hosted last year's conference in Hawaii. Designed to initiate discussion and prompt debate, the Town Hall Sessions will then lead us to daily panel discussions and special features.  Andrea Lunsford, who will deliver the keynote address, has chosen to address the conference theme directly in her speech "Writing, Technologies, and the Fifth Canon."  Our featured presentations also address the conference theme:  The "Sharing Cultures" team will show us how technology can lead to truly meaningful experiences in the classroom and how it can make writing matter.  Todd Taylor's prophetic "The End of Composition" will be exploring changing notions of literacy as a result of changing technologies.  Presenters, including scholars from around the world and the United States, will discuss a wide range of topics, from computer gaming and its use in the classroom to the use of technology as a rhetorical choice impacting arrangement and delivery.    

We look forward to seeing you here at Stanford in June.

Corinne Arráez
Chair, Computers and Writing 2005


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