Rhetoric on the Internet:
The Screen as Rhetorical Space

by F.L. Carr

 
  On March 31, 1999 the Brown Bag Colloquia on Teaching and Reading, Writing, and Critical Thinking at George Mason University, organized by Terry Zawacki of the University Writing Center, asked participants to consider the rhetorical implications of the screen as a design space. Video clips of the speakers and summaries of their talks are presented below.

 
 

Anne Agee

 
 
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  Hans Bergmann  
 
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  Peter Denning  
 
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  John O'Connor  
 
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  Lesley Smith  
 
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  Jim Sparrow  
 
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This exhibit and the digital movies were prepared by F.L. Carr.
Summaries prepared by Ruth Fischer.
Event videotaping by Mel Nichols.