So I know some folks will bristle at this question because it pigeonholes us, but I am starting work on an anthology book with two university professors on how technology may be changing the way students are writing and teachers are teaching in the classroom. We have about ten teachers working on classroom research for the anthology (that also focuses on the tension between technology integration and standardized testing and curriculum).
We are working (via Google Docs) on an opening chapter and a prospectus for publishers and one of my colleagues deemed this technology-influenced composition "e-writing," and I just don't like that term at all (he wasn't set on the word, just wanted something there as a place setter).
Any ideas on what to call this new kind of writing?
Brainstorms are OK.
One of my colleagues in the National Writing Project somewhat playfully calls it "dComposition," which is catchy.
Thanks for any brain waves.