Selected Writings :: Troy Hicks
Books (Sample Chapters Available on Publishers’ Websites)
- Hicks, T. (2009). The Digital Writing Workshop. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
- National Writing Project, DeVoss, D., Eidman-Aadahl, E., & Hicks, T. (2010). Because Digital Writing Matters: Improving Student Writing in Online and Multimedia Environments. Jossey-Bass.
- Hicks, T. (2013). Crafting Digital Writing: Composing Texts Across Media and Genres. Heinemann.
Selected Articles and Chapters (Available Online)
- Hicks, Troy, Kruch, M. A., Webster, R., & Nobis, M. (2004). Seeing Professional Development through Teachers’ Eyes: A Closer Look at a Site of the National Writing Project. Language Arts Journal of Michigan, 20, 20-26.
- Autrey, T. M., O’Berry Edington, C., Hicks, T., Kabodian, A., Lerg, N., Luft-Gardner, R., Russo, A., et al. (2005). More Than Just a Web Site: Representing Teacher Research through Digital Portfolios. English Journal, 95, 65-70.
- Grabill, J., & Hicks, T. (2005). Multiliteracies Meet Methods: The Case for Digital Writing in English Education. English Education.
- Conference on English Education Multimodal Literacies Subcommittee. (2005). Beliefs about Technology and the Preparation of English Teachers.
- Hicks, Troy. (2005). Beyond the “Bells and Whistles”: Toward a Visual Rhetoric for Teachers’ Digital Portfolios. English Education, 37(3), 200-222.
- Hicks, Troy. (2006). Expanding the conversation: A commentary toward revision of Swenson, Rozema, Young, McGrail, and Whitin. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 6, Online serial.
- Hicks, Troy, & Reed, D. (2007). Keepin’ it Real: Multiliteracies in the English Classroom. Language Arts Journal of Michigan: The Scholarly Journal of the Michigan Council of Teachers of English, 23(1), 11-19.
- Conference on English Education Doctoral Education in English Education Subcommittee. (2007). Doctoral Education in English Education Belief Statement.
- Hicks, T., Russo, A., Autrey, T., Gardner, R., Kabodian, A., & Edington, C. (2007). Rethinking the Purposes and Processes for Designing Digital Portfolios. Journal of Adult and Adolescent Literacy, 50, 450-458.
- Hicks, Troy. (2008). Exploring Copyright through Collaborative Wiki Writing. Classroom Notes Plus, 26, 7-15.
- Kittle, P., & Hicks, T. (2009). Transforming the Group Paper with Collaborative Online Writing. Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture, 9, 525-538.
- Reed, D., & Hicks, T. (2009). From the Front of the Classroom to the Ears of the World: Podcasting as an Extension of Speech Class. In A. Herrington, K. Hodgson, & C. Moran (Eds.), Teaching the New Writing: Technology, Change, and Assessment in the 21st Century Classroom (pp. 124-139). Teachers College Press/National Writing Project.
- Hicks, Troy. (2010, January). Transforming Our Understanding of Copyright and Fair Use.
- Hicks, T., Young, C., Kajder, S., and Hunt, B. (2012) Same as it ever was: Enacting the promise of teaching, writing, and new media. English Journal, (101)3, 68–74.
- Hicks, T. (February 2013). May the journey continue: A Response to Kevin Cordi’s work on teaching the digital book trailer. Adolescent Literacy In Perspective. Ohio Resource Center 10–14.
- NCTE Task Force on Writing Assessment. (April 2013). “Machine scoring fails the test.”
- Hicks, T., & Turner, K. H. (2013). No longer a luxury: Digital literacy can’t wait. English Journal, 102(6).
- Hicks, T., Turner, K. H., & Stratton, J. (2013). Reimagining a Writer’s Process through Digital Storytelling. LEARNing Landscapes, 6(2), 167–183.
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