Department of Writing, Rhetoric, & Digital Studies
University of Kentucky
1353 Patterson Office Tower
Lexington, KY 40506-0027
Ph.D. Rhetoric & Composition | 2016
University of South Florida, Department of English
Graduate Certificate: Professional & Technical Communication | 2015
University of South Florida, Department of English
Graduate Certificate: Women’s & Gender Studies | 2015
University of South Florida, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies
M.A. English | 2011
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Department of English
B.A. English | 2007
Rhodes College, Department of English
University of Kentucky
Assistant Professor, Writing, Rhetoric, and Digital Studies, Lexington, KY, 2016-present
Affiliate Faculty, Environmental and Sustainability Studies, Lexington, KY, 2017-present
University of South Florida
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of English, Tampa, FL, 2012-2016
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Graduate Teaching & Research Assistant, Department of English, Las Vegas, NV, 2009-2012
Articles & Book Chapters
Walker, K., & Cagle, L. E.(2020). Resilience rhetorics in science, technology, and medicine. Poroi, 15(1).
Cagle, L. E., & Herndl, C. G. (2019). Shades of denialism: Discovering possibilities for a more nuanced deliberation about climate change in online discussion forums. Communication Design Quarterly, 7(1), 22-39.
Cagle, L. E. (2019). Surveilling strangers: The disciplinary biopower of digital genre assemblages. Computers & Composition, 52, 67-68.
Cagle, L.E. (2018). Climate change and the virtue of civility: Cultivating productive deliberation around public scientific controversy. Rhetoric Review, 37(4), 370-379.
Cagle, L.E. (2017). Becoming 'forces of change': Making a case for engaged rhetoric of science, technology, engineering, and medicine. POROI, 12(2).
Cagle, L. E., & Tillery, D. (2017). Tweeting the Anthropocene: #400ppm as networked event. In K. Northcut & H. Yu (Eds.), Scientific communication: Practices, theories, and pedagogies (pp. 131-148). Routledge Studies in Technical Communication, Rhetoric, and Culture Series.
Browning, E. R., & Cagle, L. E. (2016). Teaching a ‘Critical Accessibility Case Study’: Developing disability studies curricula for the technical communication classroom. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 47(4), 440-463.
Cagle, L. E., & Tillery, D. (2015). Climate change research across disciplines: The value and uses of multidisciplinary research reviews for technical communication. Technical Communication Quarterly, 24(2), 147–163.
Santos, M. C., Bieze, E. R., Cagle, L. E., Carabelli, J., Dixon, Z. P., Gay, K. N., Hopton, S. B., & McIntyre, M. M. (2014). Our electrate stories. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 18(2).
Edited Special Issue
Cagle, L. E., & Walker, K. (2020). Special issue on "Rhetorics of Resilience," including 11 articles form scholars in rhetoric and communication. Poroi, 15(1).
Cagle, L.E. (2016). Review of The troubled rhetoric and communication of climate change: The argumentative situation by Philip Eubanks. Rhetoric Review, 35(2), 189-191.
Cagle, L. E. (2014). Review of Digital literacy for technical communication: 21st century theory and practice edited by Rachel Spilka. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 28(2), 259-263.
Nagelhout, E., Tillery, D., Cagle, L., Lyons, S., & Peevey, S. (2014). Analyzing grammar in context. Self-Published Electronic Textbook. Available at https://faculty.unlv.edu/nagelhout/AnalyzingGrammarInContext/.
Cagle, L. E. (2013). Writing helpful peer reviews. In J. Carabelli & B. Sullivan (Eds.), Rhetoric matters, 3rd edition (pp. 165-168). Tampa, FL: University of South Florida Press.
Cagle, L. E. (2013). Research as discovery. In J. Carabelli & B. Sullivan (Eds.), Rhetoric matters, 3rd edition (pp. 86-89). Tampa, FL: University of South Florida Press.
Co-Primary Investigator (with William C. Haneberg, Director of the Kentucky Geological Survey and state geologist of Kentucky). $49,995. (2019-2020). “Engaging Nontraditional Geoscience Information Stakeholders in Appalachian Kentucky.” Building Capacity for Science Communication Award, National Academy of Sciences.
Pilot study using an engagement model of science communication to identify stakeholder needs and test communication strategies to develop an integrated and evidence-based communications strategy for the Kentucky Geological Survey (KGS). Research methods include stakeholder meetings, asset mapping, and user experience testing of communication prototypes.
Co-Primary Investigator (with Carmen Agouridis). $4,825. (2018-2019) “Evaluating and addressing awareness of climate and water-related issues in Kentucky.” Funding distributed by the Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute. Funding provided by the United States Geological Survey.
IRB-approved research including 1) development of a state-wide Kentucky Climate Consortium including natural and social scientific experts on climate, 2) interviews with subject matter experts on Kentucky water resources, 3) development and deployment of a state-wide survey on public awareness of and attitudes about water and climate in Kentucky, and 4) development and pilot-testing of training materials for agricultural extension agents on talking with members of the Kentucky public about climate and water.
Primary Investigator. $4,989. (2019-2020). “Assessing visitor values and experiences at The Arboretum, State Botanical Garden of Kentucky.” Research and Creative Activities Grant, Office of the Vice President for Research, University of Kentucky.
IRB-approved research including 1) large-scale visitor analysis in collaboration with The Arboretum’s director, education manager, and interpretive planning committee, 2) a stakeholder forum to provide expert review of the a new interpretive plan, and 3) community-based participatory user experience and accessibility studies providing feedback on low-fidelity prototypes of redesign signage, brochures, and other Arboretum interpretive materials.
“Crossing boundaries into communities: How professional and technical communicators can contribute to interpretive planning processes.” Special Interest Group for Design of Communication, Association for Computing Machinery. Portland, OR. October 4-6, 2019.
"'The New World Order behind the green mask’: White nationalism, anti-semitism, and the Agenda 21 climate change conspiracy theory.” Conference on Communication and the Environment. International Environmental Communication Association. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. June 17-21, 2019.
“WIP: You can change the world, but not this homework assignment: The contradictory rhetoric of engineering agency.” (with Mel Chua). Frontiers in Education. Purdue University, Indianapolis, IN. October 18-21, 2017.
"The shared epistemological foundations of climate denialism and fake news." Conference on Communication and the Environment. International Environmental Communication Association. University of Leicester, Leicester, UK. June 29-July 2, 2017.
“Ecological citizenship and the activists of blockadia.” Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment. Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. June 20-24, 2017.
“Shades of denialism.” (with Carl G. Herndl). Conference on Communication and the Environment. International Environmental Communication Association. Boulder, CO. June 11-14, 2015.
“Blurring traditional roles: Assessment of a collaborative teaching model for first-year writing.” (with Kristen Gay and Megan McIntyre). Symposium presentation. Writing Research Across Borders III Conference. Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, Paris, France. February 19-22, 2014.
"Working with(in) the technology industry.” (Speaker on panel sponsored by the Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine). Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Portland, OR. May 21-24, 2020. (Canceled due to COVID-19.)
“Boundaries of/for/with methodologies in rhetoric of science, technology, and medicine.” Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine Preconference. Portland, OR. May 21, 2020. (Canceled due to COVID-19.)
“’Tweet like the wind, friends!’: Building a theory and praxis of conference live-tweeting.” Computers and Writing. Greenville, NC. May 14-17, 2020. (Canceled due to COVID-19.)
“Ethics of assessing oral presentations.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Milwaukee, WI. March 25-28, 2020. (Canceled due to COVID-19.)
“Engaging nontraditional stakeholders in geological communication.” Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Conference. Milwaukee, WI. March 24-25, 2020. (Canceled due to COVID-19.)
“Evaluating and addressing climate and water awareness in Kentucky.” National Communication Association Conference. Baltimore, MD. November 14-17, 2019.
“Building collaborations between non-formal educators and college classes: Best practices” (with Roberta Burnes of the Kentucky State Division for Air Quality). North American Association for Environmental Education Conference. Lexington, KY. October 16-19, 2019.
“Distributed accountability: Technical communication and the non-human environment.” Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Conference. Pittsburgh, PA. March 12-13, 2019.
“Service learning as a model for legitimizing rhetorical evidence in transdisciplinary partnership.” Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine Preconference. Salt Lake City, UT, November 7, 2018.
“Exceptional heroics and everyday activities: Building trust and credibility through commonplaces of scientific work on social media.” (with Denise Tillery). 6th Iowa State University Summer Symposium on Science Communication, Ames, IA, June 7-9, 2018.
“Toward more durable rhetorics: Building future praxis through reinventing historic epistemologies.” (Speaker on panel sponsored by the Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine). Rhetoric Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, May 31-June 3, 2018.
“Rhetorical research methods and ethical quandaries: A roundtable discussion.” (Roundtable discussant). Rhetoric Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, May 31-June 3, 2018.
“A Blue Pocket in a Red State: Unmaking Political Assumptions to Make Progress.” National Communication Association.” National Communication Association Conference. Dallas, TX. November 16-19, 2017.
"Re-envisioning virtue ethics and climate policy through ecological feminist theory." Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Conference. Portland, OR. March 15, 2017.
"Cultivating researcher and participant identities in visually-oriented social media spaces." Conference on College Composition and Communication. National Council of Teachers of English. Portland, OR. March 16-18.
“Becoming 'Forces of Change': Application and engagement at the center of rhetoric of science." Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology Preconference. Atlanta, GA. May 26, 2016.
“Surveilling strangers: Discipline, networks, and People of Walmart.” Gender, Bodies, & Technology: (In)Visible Futures. Roanoke, VA. April 21-23, 2016.
“Assessment in disability studies research: Improving research sites to appeal to wider audiences in higher education.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. National Council of Teachers of English. Houston, TX. April 6-9, 2016.
“Shaping climate citizenship: The ethics of inclusion in climate communication and policy.” Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Conference. Houston, TX. April 5, 2016.
“Risk visualization and simulation: Moving beyond the information deficit model.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. National Council of Teachers of English. Tampa, FL. March 19-22, 2015.
“Big data and learning analytics in a university writing program.” Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. Georgia Southern University, Savannah, GA. July 14-21, 2013.
“Gendered profiles in gendered fields: Leveraging role-model ethos to recruit women to STEM.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. National Council of Teachers of English, Las Vegas, NV, March 13-16, 2013.
“A stakeholder approach to program development.” (with Denise Tillery). Conference of the Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication. Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI, September 27-29, 2012.
“Reading the way into writing: Using Bakhtin’s speech genres to reimagine the composition reader.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. National Council of Teachers of English, St. Louis, MO, March 21-14, 2012.
“Personal pedagogies roundtable.” (with Andy Bahlmann, Regina Dickerson, Laura Powell, Gina Sully, and Mike Velez). Far West Popular Culture Association Conference. Far West Popular Culture Association, Las Vegas, NV, February 24-26, 2012.
“A broad view of rhetoric of science and STS: What’s of interest for rhetoric and technical communication?” (with Denise Tillery). Southwest Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Association Conference. Southwest Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Association, Albuquerque, NM, February 8-11, 2012.
“Crossing genre lines: When picturebooks act like comics.” Southwest Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Association Conference. Southwest Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Association, Albuquerque, NM, February 10-13, 2010.
Public Media Appearances & Lectures
Public radio interview, Sustainability Now!, Louisville, KY, Forward Radio. "Kentucky Climate Consortium.” Broadcast April 13, 2020.
Interview about sustainability research, teaching, and service, with a particular focus on the Kentucky Climate Consortium.
Public radio interview, WEKU News. “University of Kentucky Groups Coordinating Appalachian Communication Project.” Broadcast December 18, 2019.
Interview about collaborative research with the Kentucky Geological Survey supported by grant funding from the National Academies of Sciences.
Public radio interview, Spark, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. “Why the trend of surveilling strangers online proves we are horrible: Posting embarrassing pictures of strangers is a way of policing individuality.” Broadcast March 17, 2019.
Interview about Computers & Composition peer-reviewed article on “strangershots” for Spark, a CBC program about technology, innovation, and design.
Public lecture. “Civility and climate change: How (not) to talk about scientific controversy.” University of Nevada, Las Vegas, College of Liberal Arts’ University Forum Lecture Series. Recorded for distribution via local public radio. November 30, 2018
Respondent, panel on “Strategies for Environmental Policy and Political Action.” National Communication Association Conference. Baltimore, MD. November 14-17, 2019.
Series lecture (with Roberta Burnes of the Kentucky State Division for Air Quality). “Design Matters: Using Design to Your Advantage in Technical Communication.” Kentucky Government Communicators’ Association Lunch-and-Learn Series. July 17, 2019.
Series lecture (with Roberta Burnes of the Kentucky State Division for Air Quality). “Communicating complex information to multiple audiences.” Kentucky Government Communicators’ Association Lunch-and-Learn Series. April 17, 2019.
Keynote lecture. “Geoscience, Political Controversy, and the Public Interest: How Rhetoric Can Help Stakeholders Communicate with Each Other on Difficult Topics.” Annual Stakeholder Seminar, Kentucky Geological Survey, May 18, 2018.
Seminar lecture. “Why it’s so hard to talk about climate change and how to talk about it anyway.” Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, University of Kentucky, April 13, 2018.
IGNITE talk. “The danger of soft climate denialism.” University of Kentucky Water Week, sponsored by the Tracy Farmer Institute for Sustainability and the Environment, October 9, 2017.
Series lecture. “Climate change denialism, data censorship, and their impacts on research.” University of Kentucky Program for Bioethics, Research Ethics Lecture Series, April 20, 2017.
Course Guest Lectures
Guest lecture. Discussing article “Surveilling Strangers: The disciplinary biopower of digital genre assemblages.” Undergraduate sociology course on surveillance studies, University of British Columbia, October 24, 2019.
Guest lecture. Discussing article “Shades of Denialism.” Graduate course on Rhetorics of Science and Technology, North Dakota State University, October 24, 2019.
Guest lecture. “On strangershots: The disciplinary biopower of digital genre assemblages.” Graduate course on Rhetoric of Photography, Texas Technical University, July 9, 2018.
Guest lecture. “Professional guidelines for using social media.” LIT 6934: Rhetoric in a Post-Truth Era, University of South Florida, January 26, 2018.
Guest lecture. “Climate change science and denialism.” PHI 560: Philosophy of Scientific Method, University of Kentucky. April 3, 2017.
Guest lecture. "Storytelling, data, and style." CE 429: Civil Engineering Systems Design, University of Kentucky, January 31, 2017.
Guest panelist. ENG 515: Rhetoric of Science and Technology, North Carolina State University, August, 24, 2016.
Awards and Honors
Plenary panelist. “Ethics and rhetoric in technical communication.” | March 14, 2018
Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Conference
Graduate Research Award | 2015
Association of Teachers of Technical Writing
Alma Bryant Award for Outstanding Graduate Student | 2015
Department of English, University of South Florida
Pass with Distinction, Doctoral Qualifying Exam | 2014
Department of English, University of South Florida
Joseph Bentley Teaching Fellowship | 2013
Department of English, University of South Florida
University Graduate Fellowship | 2012-13
University of South Florida
(* = developed curriculum; † = taught as service-learning course)
Graduate Teaching at the University of Kentucky
WRD 704 Technical Editing (online)*
WRD 702 Professional and Technical Communication (online)*
Undergraduate Teaching at the University of Kentucky
WRD 406 Advanced Technical Communication: Designing and Communicating Complex Information*†
WRD 406 Advanced Technical Communication: Designing for Accessibliity & Usability*†
WRD 401 Rhetoric, Environmentalism, and Climate Change*
WRD 310 Writing in the Natural Sciences*
WRD 304 Writing in the Social Sciences*
WRD 210 Social Media*
WRD 204 Introduction to Technical Writing*
Graduate Teaching at the University of South Florida
IDS 6238: Communicating the Value of Sustainability, co-taught with Dr. Carl Herndl (face-to-face and online)*†
Undergraduate Teaching at the University of South Florida
ENG 4218: Visual Rhetoric for Technical Communication*
ENG 3416: New Media for Technical Communication*†
ENG 3310: Expository Writing (online)*
ENG 3246: Communications for Engineers
ENG 2210: Technical Writing for Health Science
ENG 1101: Composition I
Undergraduate Teaching at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
ENG 411B: Principles of Modern Grammar*
ENG 102: Composition II
ENG 101: Composition I
“Addressing Thorny Communication Challenges” (with Roberta Burnes from the Kentucky State Division for Air Quality). Kentucky Government Communicators’ Association Conference, May 10, 2019.*
“How (Not) to Respond to Climate Change Denial.” University of Kentucky Climate Week, April 24, 2019.*
Assistant Director of Graduate Rhetoric and Composition | 2013-2016
Department of English, University of South Florida
Graduate Assistant to Director of Composition | 2012
Department of English, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Service to the Community
Director & Co-Founder, Kentucky Climate Consortium (KYCC) | 2018-present
In collaboration with Dr. Carmen Agouridis, Extension Associate Professor of Bioenvironmental Engineering at the University of Kentucky, co-founded the KYCC in 2018 and became Director in 2019. The KYCC invites climate researchers and educators to promote collaboration on and communication about climate issues in Kentucky. Since its founding in August 2018, the KYCC has enrolled 30+ members from multiple universities state-wide; the KYCC remains under development as a scholarly, educational, and public resource for all Kentuckians.
Service-Learning Partnership, with Kentucky State Division for Air Quality | 2017 – present
Projects included video, tabletop banners, brochures, and digital story maps, produced by students in WRD 406 Designing and Communicating Complex Information (Fall 2017) and WRD 406 Designing for Usability and Accessibility (Fall 2018).
Panelist, Creative Crossover Panel on Usability hosted by local professional organizations Shift and LexUX | March 8, 2017
Service to the Profession
Leadership in National Organizations
First Vice President, Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine | 2019-present
Second Vice President, Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine | 2018-2019
Web Administrator, Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine | 2016-2018
Editorial Boards for Scholarly Journals
Editorial Board Member, Technical Communication Quarterly | 2018-present
Co-Chair, Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine Pre-conference at the Rhetoric Society of America biennial conference, with Kenny Walker. Minneapolis, MN | May 30, 2018
Co-Chair, Accessibility Committee, Conference on College Composition and Communication, with Ella Browning. Tampa, FL | 2015
Assistant to Program Chairs (Meredith Johnson and Julie Staggers), Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Conference, Indianapolis, IN | 2014
Service to National Organizations
Moderator, Discussion Panel, “In what ways and why does our evidence export to allied fields, students, and other communities we wish to engage?,” Association for Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine NCA Preconference | November 7, 2018
Reviewer, Graduate Research Award applications, Association of Teachers of Technical Writing | 2018
Facilitator, Workshop on Navigating the Job Market, Women in Technical Communication Talk Series | 2017
Faculty Participant, Career Workshop for Graduate Students, Conference of Association of Teachers of Technical Writing | 2017, 2018, 2019
Mentor, Writing Program Administrators Graduate Student Organization, Mentoring @ CCCC | 2017
Reviewer for Scholarly Journals (# reviews)
Business and Professional Communication Quarterly (1)
Communication Design Quarterly (3)
Engineering Studies (1)
Journal of Business and Technical Communication (1)
Reviews in Environmental Health (1)
Rhetoric Society Quarterly (1)
Science Communication (1)
Science, Technology, & Human Values (1)
Technical Communication Quarterly (2)
Conference Proposal Selection Committees
National Communication Association, Environmental & ARSTM Divisions | 2018-2020
Association for Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine Preconference at the Annual National Communication Association and Rhetoric Society of America Conferences | 2018-2020
Association of Teachers of Technical Writing annual conference | 2014, 2016-2020
Service to the University of Kentucky
Faculty Representative, Emissions Reduction Plan Phase 2 Task Force | 2020-present
Member, Steering Committee, Department of Writing, Rhetoric, & Digital Studies | 2018-2019
Member, Ad Hoc Speaker Committee, Department of Writing, Rhetoric, & Digital Studies | 2018
Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee, Department of Writing, Rhetoric, & Digital Studies | 2016-2018
Member, Search Committee for Assistant Professor, Department of Writing, Rhetoric, & Digital Studies | 2019
Member, Search Committee for Communication, Outreach, Policy, and Economic Researcher, Kentucky Geological Survey | 2019
Panels & Presentations
Panelist, faculty writing panel for international graduate students, coordinated by Dr. Sharon Yam | February 14, 2020
Judge, Poster Competition, Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute Annual Symposium | March 25, 2019
Panelist, discussion panel on the film Before the Flood, University of Kentucky Water Week | 2018
Chair, Kentucky Gender and Women’s Studies Conference, University of Kentucky | September 8, 2018
Judge, Student Poster Competition, University of Kentucky Sustainability Forum | December 6, 2018
Panelist, discussion panel on the film Chasing Ice, University of Kentucky Water Week | 2017
Panelist, New Faculty Orientation, College of Arts and Sciences | 2017
Presenter, “The Professional and Technical Writing Program at UK” (with Brian McNely), Department of Computer Science, Keeping Current talk series | 2017
Service to the University of South Florida
Member, Ad Hoc Web Committee, Department of English | 2012
Presenter, Big Data and Writing Studies Colloquium, Department of English | 2014
Service to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
General Education Web Content Developer, Office of the Provost | 2012
Assistant, General Education Task Force | 2011
M.A. Representative, English Graduate Student Association | 2010 – 2011
Assistant, Academic Success Center | 2010
Assistant, General Education Advisory Committee | 2010
Voting Member, First Year Coordinator Search Committee | 2010
Academic Success Coach, Academic Success Center | 2009 - 2010
M.A. Thesis Committee Member, Cee Byrd, Department of Geography | 2020-present
Dissertation Committee Member, Leslie Malland, ABD Department of English | 2019-present
Seminar Leader, “Developing a Teaching Portfolio,” Department of Writing, Rhetoric, & Digital Studies, graduate student Professional Development Seminar | 2017
Research Mentor, Ashley Mayes, 3-credit independent research project | 2020
Research Mentor, Laura McAllister, 3-credit independent research project | 2020
Honors Mentor, Brianna Stanley, 3-credit honors course developing a campus sustainability magazine, Sustainability Stories | 2020
Honors Thesis Advisor, Kate Heinonen, "Accommodating Queerness: Queer Representation in Popular Media Across Audiences and Genres" | 2018-2019
Presented thesis research at the National Council on Undergraduate Research Annual Conference, Kennesaw State University, April 10-13, 2019
Seminars, Institutes, & Workshops Attended
Sketch Model Summer Workshop. Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, June 18-20, 2018.
Sustain*able Pedagogies Workshop. University of Kentucky, May 2018.
Summer Institute on “Rhetoric of science.” Rhetoric Society of America, June 2015.
Workshop on the North American Association for Environmental Education “Guidelines for Excellence: Community Engagement.” Kentucky Association for Environmental Education Conference, September 7, 2018.
Workshop on National Endowment for the Humanities grant writing. Appalachian College Association, February 23, 2018.
Workshop on “Critical conversations about race and teaching: Managing microaggressions.” Center for Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, University of Kentucky, November 30, 2016.
Workshop on “Universal design in Canvas with UDOIT.” Center for Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, University of Kentucky, December 14, 2016.
USF Online Instruction Certification | 2014
Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Design of Communication (ACM SIGDOC)
Association for Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine (ARSTM)
Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW)
International Environmental Communication Association (IECA)
National Communication Association (NCA)
Rhetoric Society of America (RSA)