Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures
Casey McArdle
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Casey McArdle

Assistant Professor

Experience Architecture Program Liaison

Office: 232 Bessey Hall

Email: cmcardle@msu.edu

Twitter: @crmcardle

Website: www.caseymcardle.com

Research Areas

distance education - instructional design - experience architecture - rhetorical theory - professional and technical writing

Profile

My research interests focus on instructional design, distance education, experience architecture, and rhetorical theory. I have experience teaching various levels of writing that include Basic Writing, web development, experience architecture, digital literacies, document design, and Professional and Technical Writing. ​

Education

Ph.D., English (Composition and Rhetoric), Ball State University, 2014.
M.A. in English, Indiana University, 2005.
B.A. in English, Denison University, 1997.

Representative Work

Recent Publications
​McArdle, Casey. “Mobile Learning Just Keeps on Running: Renegotiating Online Collaborative Spaces for Writing Students.” Mobile Technologies and the Writing Classroom. Ed. Dr. Claire Lutkewitte. Illinois: NCTE Press, 2016. 117-132. Print.

Recent Presentations
“Cultivating a Feedback-Rich Classroom with Eli Review.” Michigan State University Teaching & Learning Spring Conference. East Lansing, MI. May, 2017.

“Peer Review for 30 or 300: Teaching Feedback and Revision at Scale.” Michigan State University Teaching & Learning Spring Conference. East Lansing, MI. May, 2017.

“Creating a Transcritical Classroom: Feedback, Accessibility, and Community.” Michigan State University Teaching & Learning Spring Conference. East Lansing, MI. May, 2017.

“Cultivating Capacity, Creating Change: Assessing the Future of Online Writing Instruction.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Portland, OR. March, 2017.

“Providing Feedback in a Mobile Learning Community.” Thomas R Watson Conference. Louisville, KY. October, 2016.

“Building Writing Communities: Crafting Online Spaces for Student Success.” Wayne State University Composition Program’s Teaching of Writing Conference. Detroit, MI. September, 2016.

“Accessing Online Writing Spaces: Feedback for Everyone.” Computers and Writing Conference. Rochester, NY. May, 2016.

“Crossing the ON-Line: Achieving Online Writing Instruction Goals.” Computers and Writing Conference. Half-Day Workshop co-hosted with Jessie Borgman and Elizabeth Monske. Rochester, NY. May 2016.

“Mobile Learning Just Keeps on Running: Renegotiating Online Writing Spaces for Students Away from Big Brother.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis, IN. March, 2014.

Selected Courses Taught

WRA 101 - Writing as Inquiry
​WRA 110 - Science and Technology
WRA 150 - History of American Thought
WRA 210 - Introduction to Web Authoring
AL 242 - Introduction to Experience Architecture
WRA 482 - Information and Interaction Design
WRA 491 - Fundamentals of Professional Writing

Research or Academic Affiliations

Writing, Information, and Digital Experience (WIDE)
Global Society for Online Literacy Educators (GSOLE)
Online Writing Instruction Community (OWI)