“Thinking Beyond Tools: Writing Program Administration and Digital Literacy.” Computers and Composition Online (Fall 2016): n. pag. Web.
“Leveraging the Methodological Affordances of Facebook: A Model of Social Networking Strategy in Longitudinal Writing Research.” Composition Forum 33 (2016): n. pag. Web. (co-authored with Amy C. Kimme Hea)
"Three Ways In: Teaching Visual Rhetoric Through Web-Based Infographics Programs." Kairos Praxis Wiki 21.1 (2016): n. pag. Web. (co-authored with Marisa Sandoval Lamb and Kristin Winet)
“Figuring Programmatic Agency: The Framework as Critical Rearticulatory Practice in Writing Program Administration.” Applications of the Framework for Success in Post-Secondary Writing: Scholarship, Theories, and Practices. Ed. Sherry Rankins-Robertson, Nicholas Behm, Duane Roen. Parlor Press. Print. (Accepted and forthcoming; Co-authored with Kenny Walker and Amy C. Kimme Hea)
“Digital Scholarship and Interactivity: A Study of Commenting Features in Networked Books.” Computers and Composition 37 (2015): 166-181. Print.
"Open peer review: Collective Intelligence as a Framework for Theorizing Approaches to Peer Review in the Humanities." NANO: New American Notes Online 3 (2013): n. pag. Web.
“Networking, Demystifying, and Connecting: How Editing Affects Graduate Student Professional Development.” Symposium: Revaluing the Work of the Editor. College English. (2014). Print.
“A Review of Understanding Social Media by Sam Hinton and Larissa Hjorth.” Kairos: n. pag. Web. (Forthcoming May 2015).
“A Review of Toby Coley's Teaching with Digital Media in Writing Studies: An Exploration of Ethical Responsibilities.” Computers and Composition Online Winter (2013): n. pag. Web.
“Remaking the Future of Composition by Examining its Past: A Review of Jason Palmeri’s Remixing Composition: A History of Multimodal Writing Pedagogy.” Enculturation (2013): n. pag. Web.
“A Rhetorical Analysis of Citation Systems.” A Student’s Guide to First-Year Writing. Ed. Lee, Jerry W., Caitlin Rodriguez, and Gina Szabady. 33rd ed. Plymouth, MI: Hayden-McNeil, 2012. Print.
“Using First Person in an Academic Essay: When is it OK?” Writing Commons. April 2012. Web. (*As of November 2016, has over 218,000 views!)
“Breaking Down an Image.” Writing Commons. June 2012. Web.
Peer-reviewed e-text contributions
“Using First Person in an Academic Essay: When is it OK?” Network, Collaborate, Compose: College Writing in the Digital Age. Eds. Joseph Moxley and Jennifer Yirinec. Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, 2013. EPUB file.
“Breaking Down an Image.” Network, Collaborate, Compose: College Writing in the Digital Age. Eds. Joseph Moxley and Jennifer Yirinec. Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, 2013. EPUB file.
"5 Minutes with An Author," Computers & Composition Online: