Faculty and Staff
Joannah Portman Daley, Ph.D.
Lecturer, Digital Pedagogy Specialist
T: 11:00am - 12:00pm and by appointment
Degrees: University of Rhode Island; Vermont College of Fine Arts; Univeristy of California Los Angeles
digital writing and rhetoric; digital civics; public writing; community-based writing
Courses Recently Taught: WRT 235: Writing in Electonic Environments; WRT 304: Writing for Community Service; WRT 303: Public Writing
Recent and/or Forthcoming Publications:
- Portman Daley, Joannah. "Deconstructing Formal and Informal Learning Spaces with Social Networking Sites." In Digital Education: Opportunities for Social Collaboration. Ed. Michael Thomas. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. 219-238.
- Portman Daley, Joannah, Michael Pennell, and Jeremiah Dyehouse. "Hybridity in an Independent Writing Program." Academic Exchange Quarterly. 14.4(2010). Print and Web. [Awarded Editor's Choice] http://www.rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/cho4744.htm
- Portman Daley, Joannah. "Reshaping Slacktivist Rhetoric: Social Networking for Social Change." Reflections: A Journal of Writing, Service Learning, and Community Service. 10.1(2010): 104-133.
Member of NCTE; regular presenter at Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC); Reviewer for Computers and Writing; Social Media Strategist for LearningWorks for Kids.
Current Research Interests:
digital writing; digital citizenship; social media-based pedagogies; hybrid pedagogies; interdisciplinary research.