Seth R. Katz

Bradley Hall 383
Department of English
Bradley University
  1501 West Bradley
Peoria, IL 61625
(309) 677-2479
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    Teaching Resources: A stretchtext experiment

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    Aging Online Publications

    I had a couple of articles in the 1997 issue of PIPA: Publication of the Illinois Philological Association: "The Poetic Use of Sentence Fragments" and, with Sarah (Stevens) Parlier, "Standard English Immersion for Native English Speakers"

    Check out my articles in Kairos: a Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments, Vol. 2 Issue #1 (Spring 1997). The articles are "One Department's Guidelines for Evaluating Computer-Related Work," an account and critique of how our department revised our Tenure and Promotion Guidelines to evaluate computer-related work; and "Tenure and Technology: New Values, New Guidelines," this issues CoverWeb Overview, which I coauthored with Janice Walker of the University of South Florida and Janet Cross of California State University-Northridge.

    Here is a hypertext copy of the Bradley University Department of English Guidelines for Tenure, Promotion, and Renewal. These guidelines include the language added in 1997 about how our department will evaluate computer-related academic work, and they are the topic of the Kairos article mentioned above.

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    Page last updated October 11, 2012.