Ball, Cheryl E. (2016, May 18). Getting to digital publishing at WVU. Library Publishing Forum, Denton, TX.
This discussion of the Vega academic publishing system and the future of digital publishing was the keynote address at the 2016 Library Publishing Forum, which brings together library professionals who are participating in or considering publishing initiatives.
Ball, Cheryl E. (2016, April 29). Designing peer review for digital media instruction. Writing on the Range conference, University of Denver, CO.
This keynote presentation at the University of Denver’s Writing on the Range conference details the multimodal writing pedagogy Cheryl Ball developed from her editorial work at the online journal Kairos.
Ball, Cheryl E. (2016, February 11). A life online: Personal vs. professional persona in portfolios, social media, and other online public fora. Visiting Scholar All-Campus Address, Findlay University, Findlay, OH.
This slideshow is from Cheryl Ball’s Visiting Scholar All-Campus Address, presented as part of her Spring 2016 tenure as Visiting Scholar in the University of Findlay’s Master of Arts in Rhetoric and Writing program. In it she uses her online portfolio websites and social media accounts as examples of how to (and how *not* to) craft a professional online persona.
Ball, Cheryl E. (2015, December 3). An archipelago of multimedia publishing. Digital Dissemination and its Others: Media Archaeology, Game Design and Knowledge Production in the Humanities. Skövde University, Skövde, Sweden.
This keynote presentation at the Digital Dissemination seminar at Skövde University in Sweden traces the development of the Vega Academic Publishing System from its roots in Cheryl Ball’s work as the editor of the online journal, Kairos.
Ball, Cheryl E. (2015, May 28). The future of scholarly publishing, or How C&W rules the world! Keynote presentation at Computers & Writing, University of Wisconsin-Stout, WI.
A keynote presentation at the Computers & Writing 2015 conference in Menomenie, WI, presented by Dr. Cheryl E. Ball. The talk outlines both a humanistic approach to scholarly production and a new multimedia publishing platform called Vega.
Ball, Cheryl E. (2015, February 5). The asymptotic relationship between Digital Humanities and Computers and Writing. Emory University Writing Program lecture series. Atlanta, GA.
In this presentation at Emory University, Cheryl Ball discusses the often tense relationship between writing studies and digital humanities and points to a productive future where the two fields might come together.