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Assistant Professor, Coordinator of Composition
Morton Hall 154
Ph.D., Ball State University
M.A., East Carolina University
B.A., East Carolina University
Dr. Atkins is the composition coordinator. His research interest/s include composition theory and pedagogy, professional communication, visuality, writing technologies, and classical and modern rhetorical theory. His current research focuses on the use of Facebook and Web 2.0 technologies as tools for collaborative student research projects.
ENG 204: Introduction to Professional Writing
ENG 314: Writing and Technology
ENG 319: Document Design
ENG 388: Rhetorical Theory
ENG 496: Senior Seminar in Professional Writing
ENG 503: Graduate Course, Teaching Composition in Theory and Practice
- with Colleen Reilly. " Stifling Innovation: The Impact of Resource-poor Techno-ecologies on Student Technology Use." Book Chapter. Eds. Heidi McKee, Danielle DeVoss, and Richard Selfe. CC Digital Press and Utah State University Press (2009).
- with Daniel Anderson, Cheryl E. Ball, Krista Homicz, Cynthia L. Selfe, Richard Selfe. “Integrating Multimodality into Composition Curricula: Survey Methodology and Results from a CCCC Research Grant.” Composition Studies 34.2 (2006): 59-84.
- "Writing/Teachers and Digital Technologies: Technology/Teacher Training.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 10.2 (2006): http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/10.2/binder.html?praxis/atkins/introduction.htm.
- “Research Network Forum: A Brief Review and Call for Participation.” Across the Disciplines (2004): http://wac.colostate.edu/atd/reviews/cccc2004/viewmessage.cfm?messageid=62