Problems and Possibilities of Electronic Theses and Dissertations
by Christian Weisser, John Baker, and Janice R. Walker
Christian Weisser (email@example.com) completed his M.A. in American Literature at Old Dominion University, where he was Coordinator of the Writing Center, and is currently working on his PhD in Rhetoric and Composition at the University of South Florida, where he teaches courses in Professional Writing, Expository writing (computer assisted), Advanced Composition (computer assisted), and American Literature. He has written several articles (under review) dealing with computers and composition.
John Baker (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a former journalist now completing his doctoral course work in Rhetoric & Composition at the University of South Florida. He teaches writing classes at USF and Polk Community College, and recently published "Developing Technical (Re)Writing Assessment," Exercise Exchange, 41.2 (1996): 24-25. Formerly, he edited The Water Skier magazine and has published work in magazines such as National Wildlife, Skin Diver, and Ebony
Janice R. Walker (email@example.com) is author of the "Walker/ACW Style Sheet for Citation of Electronic Sources" and Coordinator of the Computers and Writing program at the University of South Florida. She has published several articles dealing with Copyright, Citation styles, and other issues involved in the field of Computers and Writing. Her book (co-authored with Todd Taylor), The Columbia Guide to Online Style, is under contract to Columbia University Press.
Copyright © 1997 by Christian Weisser, John Baker, and Janice R. Walker. All Rights Reserved.