Publications

Books

Comer, Denise, and Barbara Gina Garrett. It’s Just a Dissertation. Transforming Your Dissertation From Daunting to Doable to Done. Dallas: Fountainhead P, 2014.

Writing in Transit. Dallas: Fountainhead P, 2015.

Ed., Writing in Transit. with Readings. Forthcoming, Fountainhead P, 2016.

Writing for Success in College and Beyond. A Web-Course. Forthcoming, Connect4Education, 2015.

Articles

Comer, D., & White, E. M. “Adventuring into MOOC Writing Assessment: Challenges, Results, and Possibilities.” College Composition and Communication 67.3 (2016): 318-59.

Comer, D., Baker, R., & Wang, E. “Negativity in MOOCs: Impacts on Learning and Teaching and How Instructional Teams May Be Able to Address It.” InSight. A Journal of Scholarly Teaching 10 (2015): 92-114.

Comer, D., Canelas, D., & Clark, C. “Writing to Learn and Learning to Write across the Disciplines: Peer-to-Peer Writing in Introductory Level MOOCs.” The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning 15.5 (2014): n. p.

“Learning How to Teach … Differently: Extracts from a MOOC Instructor’s Journal.” The MOOC Invasion. Ed. Steven Krause and Charlie Lowe. Parlor P: 2014.

‘This Erstwhile Unreadable Text’”: Multidisciplinarity and First-Year Writing Faculty Teaching Mentoring and Support.” Teaching/Writing 3.1 2014 (36-45).

Brad Benz, Denise Comer, Erik Jeurgensmeyer, and Margaret Lowry. “WPAs, Writing Programs and the Common Reading Experience.” Writing Program Administrators 37.1 (2013): 11-32.

Translation and Transfer: Interdisciplinary Writing and Communication.”  Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics. 11.9 (2013): 106-112.

Ahern-Dodson, Jennifer, and Denise Comer. “Multidisciplinarity and the Tablet: A Study of Writing Practices.Writing Across the Curriculum. 24 (2013): 63-82.

“MOOCs Offer Students Opportunity to Grow as Writers.” Proceedings of the 7th International Mult-Conference on Society, Cybernetics and Informatics: IMSCI 2013. July 9-12, 2013. Orlando, Florida.

Review of “Patient Genres as Rhetorical Sites of Agency, Resistance, and Expertise.” Review. Kairos 17.2 (2012).

Review of “First Books and Second Books: SWR Authors Talk about Developing Book-Length Projects” Review. Kairos 17.2 (2012).

“Bending the Gaze: Transparency, Reciprocity, and Supervisory Classroom Visits.” Pedagogy 11.3 (2011).

“Fostering Multidisciplinary Pedagogies.”  International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Madrid, Spain, 15-17 November 2010.

“The Impact of E-Reading on Writing Programs.” Writing Program Administrators Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 15-18 July 2010.

“Changing Tables and Changing Culture: Pregnancy, Parenting, and First-Year Writing.” Composition Studies 37.2 (2009): 91-113.

“Surveying the Efficacy of Digital Response: Pedagogical Imperatives, Faculty Approaches, and  Student Feedback.” Teaching Writing with Technology. Ed. Maria Clayton and Terry Carter. New York: Fountainhead P, 2008.

“Negotiating Privilege in the Teaching of Travel Literature.” Methods for Teaching Travel Literature and Writing. Exploring the World and Self. Ed. Eileen Landis-Groom. New York: Lang, 2005.

“‘White child is good, black child his [or her] slave’: Children, Women, and Empire in Early Nineteenth-Century India.” European Romantic Review 16.1 (2005): 39-58.

“Helen Lady Dufferin, Countess of Gifford.” Dictionary of Literary Biography. Vol. 199. Ed. William B. Thesing. Detroit: Gale Research, 1998.

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