• Assistant Professor

Selected Publications

Books

Articles/Essays

  • Johnson, Emily K., and Anastasia Salter. “Embracing Discord? The rhetorical consequences of gaming platforms as classrooms.” Computers and Composition 65 (2022): https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compcom.2022.102729.
  • Johnson, E.K., Giroux, A.L., Merritt, D., Vitanova, G., Sousa, S. (2020). Assessing the Impact of Game Modalities in Second Language Acquisition: ELLE the EndLess LEarner. Journal of Universal Computer Science, 26(8), 880-903.

Conference Papers/Presentations

  • Johnson, E.K. (2021). Just @Me: Digitally-Mediated Team Communication in a Pandemic. In 39th ACM International Conference on Design of Communication (SIGDOC ’21). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY: 315-318. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1145/3472714.3473658

Courses

Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
11470 ENC4265 Writing for Computer Industry Web-Based (W) Unavailable

This high-quality online course is an introduction to designing and creating different types of genres online. In addition to learning some of the specialized language of the software industry, students will study and compose tutorials, procedures, and reference guides. Emphasis will be placed on writing and designing clear, concise, task-oriented instructions.

19699 ENC6225 User-centered Design for Tc Web-Based (W) Unavailable

This course is an introduction to user-centered design and emphasizes practical methods for approaching a design problem in technical communication. User-centered design is an approach to design and development that centers the needs and desires of users. The general goals of this course are to help you develop an appreciation for the theory and philosophy of user-centered design as it pertains to technical communication, develop skills in using and applying usability methods that are specifically applicable to user-centered design, and improve individual and collaborative skills in design-based problem solving. Course activities are collaborative, hands-on, and project-based.

Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
93514 DIG3171 Tools for Digital Humanities Web-Based (W) Unavailable

Digital Tools for the Humanities examines the digital humanities through the lens of critical making. This research intensive (RI) course provides an introduction to digital humanities discourse, intentional design, multimodal development, and digital tools. Topics of study include social media, digital narratives, and GIS. Students will conduct a research project using critical making methods and tools that can presented in the Student Scholar Symposium the following Spring.

81026 ENC4265 Writing for Computer Industry Web-Based (W) Unavailable

This high-quality online course is an introduction to designing and creating different types of genres online. In addition to learning some of the specialized language of the software industry, students will study and compose tutorials, procedures, and reference guides. Emphasis will be placed on writing and designing clear, concise, task-oriented instructions.

81192 ENG6812 Res Methods for Texts and Tech Mixed-Mode/Reduce Seat-Time(M) Tu 06:00 PM - 07:50 PM Unavailable
No Description Available

No courses found for Summer 2022.

Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
20224 DIG3171 Tools for Digital Humanities Mixed-Mode/Reduce Seat-Time(M) M,W 12:30 PM - 01:20 PM Unavailable
Digital Tools for the Humanities examines the digital humanities through the lens of critical making. This course provides an introduction to digital humanities discourse, intentional design, multimodal development, and digital tools. Topics of study include social media, digital narratives, and GIS. Students will conduct a research project using critical making methodology and produce a digital portfolio website.
19534 ENC4265 Writing for Computer Industry Web-Based (W) Unavailable
This course is an introduction to designing and creating different kinds of online help files or help systems for the computer industry. In addition to learning some of the specialized language of the software industry, students will study the major kinds of software documents and online help systems: software tutorials, procedures, and reference guides. Emphasis will be placed on writing and designing clear, concise, task-oriented instructions.

 

 

 

Students will be able to:

 

Apply general principles for writing and designing effectively for the online environment.

Understand and use specialized language typical of the computer software industry.

Assess current trends concerning online help and tools for creating it.

Create effective online software tutorials, procedures, and reference guides.

Write clear, reader-friendly tutorials, procedures, and reference guides using a task-oriented point of view.

Design and develop professional digital portfolios.

Follow minimalist writing principles: knowing the audience, removing nonessential content, and focusing on user goals instead of product functions.
19535 ENC4265 Writing for Computer Industry Web-Based (W) Unavailable
This course is an introduction to designing and creating different kinds of online help files or help systems for the computer industry. In addition to learning some of the specialized language of the software industry, students will study the major kinds of software documents and online help systems: software tutorials, procedures, and reference guides. Emphasis will be placed on writing and designing clear, concise, task-oriented instructions.

 

 

 

Students will be able to:

 

Apply general principles for writing and designing effectively for the online environment.

Understand and use specialized language typical of the computer software industry.

Assess current trends concerning online help and tools for creating it.

Create effective online software tutorials, procedures, and reference guides.

Write clear, reader-friendly tutorials, procedures, and reference guides using a task-oriented point of view.

Design and develop professional digital portfolios.

Follow minimalist writing principles: knowing the audience, removing nonessential content, and focusing on user goals instead of product functions.
22325 ENG6947 Intrn in Texts & Technology Face to Face (P) Unavailable
No Description Available
Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
93860 ENG5009 Methods Bibleo & Research Web-Based (W) Unavailable
No Description Available
81294 ENG6812 Res Methods for Texts and Tech Mixed-Mode/Reduce Seat-Time(M) Tu 06:00 PM - 07:50 PM Unavailable
No Description Available

No courses found for Summer 2021.