Armfield, Dawn; Gurak, Laura; Kays, Trent M; and Joe Weinberg. “Technical Communication Education in a Digital, Visual World.” 2012 IEEE International Professional Communication Conference Proceedings, Orlando, 8-10 October 2012. n.p. Print.
Kays, Trent M. “Toward a Composition Made Whole.” Rev. of Toward a Composition Made Whole, by Jody Shipka. Composition Studies 40.2 (2012): 149-151. Print. Available Online: http://j.mp/Rbjy3A.
Kays, Trent M. “A 21st Century Knowledge System: Social Media Ethics in the Context of the Classroom.” The Social Classroom: Integrating Social Network Use in Education. Ed. Gorg Mallia. IGI Global, 2012. (More information forthcoming).
Kays, Trent M. “Parallel Discussions and Disparate Meanings: How Experimental Texts Change the Meaning of Scholarly Colloquies.” Digital Humanities Quarterly. 2013. (More information forthcoming).
Works in Progress
“Rhetorical Ethics in the Time of Facebook.” (book chapter—submitted) with Dawn Armfield.
Review of Ben McCorkle’s Rhetorical Delivery as Technological Discourse: A Cross-Historical Study for Journal of Business and Technical Communication. (book review—in progress)
“These Aren’t the MOOCs You’re Looking For.” (journal article—in progress) with Melonie Fullick and sava saheli singh.
“Digital Memory: the Rise of a 21st Tēchnē.” (journal article—in progress)
“What’s ‘Digital’ About the Digital Humanities?” (journal article—in progress)
Popular Media Publications
Kays, Trent M. The Minnesota Daily Archive: http://j.mp/tnuVzw.
–. The Huffington Post Archive: http://j.mp/WOensn.
–. USA Today Archive: http://j.mp/Rp4ld7.
–. The Public Intellectuals Project Archive: http://j.mp/Uu4Q5I.
–. The Conversation Archive: http://j.mp/RCZRwc.
–. ProfHacker Archive: http://j.mp/qr7ylT.
Interviewed by Ernesto Priego for Networked Researcher. Link Forthcoming.
Interviewed and Quoted About Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) on Minnesota Public Radio. Audio Archive: http://j.mp/PhXXnE.
Interviewed About Political Memes by The Columbus Dispatch.