The composing skills that students needed to master in the 20th century will continue to be important in this century, though alphabetic writing is no longer the dominant mode for communicating in the workplace or public square. We are all communicating more often in digital environments. Our changing media landscape requires that each of us learns to tackle the challenges and opportunities these new media present
CSTW embraces the challenges and opportunities of digital media. We
interview authors for our broadcast and Internet show, Writers Talk
organize and sponsor the annual Digital Media in a Social World Conference to promote faculty awareness of excellent digital teaching techniques and student learning in a number of ways.
record and archive the digital storytelling of Columbus residents in the Hilltop area, in conjunction with the OSU Library’s Knowledge Bank
train students to support humanities instructors' use of technology through the Student Technology Consultant (STC) program
provide resources for instructors through a wiki on teaching writing and assessing learning
sponsor PodCamp Ohio, about public technologies for Internet communication