Digirhet is a collective of individuals interested in digital writing practices. We are undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty.
The goals of our collective are to provide support for teachers, researchers,
and scholars working at the intersections of writing, rhetoric, communication,
and digital technologies, and focusing on issues of digital composing
practices, computer-mediated communication (CMC), human and computer
interaction, digital literacy, information and communication technologies
(ICTs), and digital rhetoric.
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