TECHStyle is the online forum for multimodal pedagogy and research by Brittain Fellows at Georgia Tech. Founded in 2010, TECHStyle reflects the Brittain Fellowship's commitment to innovative multimodal pedagogy in first-year writing and technical communication courses as well as WCP faculty's ability to integrate their scholarship, service, and teaching in ways that strengthen our students' proficiency as communicators and support Georgia Tech's vision of creating The Next. From constructing sonnets with found material on campus, to researching the history of Atlanta in the 1960s via digital archives, to redesigning the periodic table, the articles published at TECHStyle show the challenging and engaging transdisciplinary work that Brittain Fellows offer our students. TECHStyle is managed by the TECHStyle Committee, an editorial collective that publishes and promotes the writing, teaching, and research of current and former Brittain Fellows.
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