Starting in June 2020, I was part of a coalition of scholars in technical communication and rhetoric who created the Anti-Racist Scholarly Reviewing Practices: A Heuristic for Editors, Reviewers, and Authors. You can read more about the process of creating the heuristic in this experience report.
Since the heuristic was published in Spring 2021, we've received over 300 personal commitments and it has been endorsed by the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group on Design of Communication (SIGDOC), the Council of Editors of Learned Journals, College English, and others.
In Fall 2020, I taught a service learning course on digital document accessibility in collaboration with Roberta Burnes from the Kentucky Division for Air Quality. With the students, we developed user guides for state government employees wto ensure that common materials shared via the state website (e.g., Word Docs and PowerPoints) are accessible for disabled users.
In Summer 2022, Dr. Sherena Huntsman and I revised these guides for an accessibility workshop at the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing conference. This zip file includes all those revised documents.
This compilation of TPC open-access education resources (OERs) was funded by an Alternative Textbook grant from the University of Kentucky libraries. It includes a list of open-access TPC textbooks, a list of non-textbook open-access TPC resources, and a table of common TPC teaching topics with direct links or references to their coverage in the TPC OERs.
I created this compilation as a Google Doc in Summer 2021 and maintain it regularly. The doc is open to comments, so feel free to add suggestions or additions!
This table appears in my chapter on "Doing science digitally: The role of interactive and multimedia representations in scientific rhetoric" in the Routledge Handbook of Scientific Communication, edited by C. Hanganu-Bresch, S. Maci, M. Zerbe, & G. Cutrufello. It lists tools for creating multimodal and interactive representations (as of the chapter's writing in 2021).
The “Output” column identifies what kind(s) of outputs a tool creates, as well as details about which modalities they support as inputs and/or outputs. The following columns identify which modalities the tool's outputs can include.