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Print Journals and Handbook Chapters
- Garrison, A., Remley, D., Thomas, P., Wierszewski E. (2011). Conventional faces: Emoticons in instant messaging discourse, Computers and Composition, 28. pp. 112-125.
- Remley, D. (2010). Developing digital literacies in Second Life: Bringing Second Life to business writing pedagogy and corporate training. In Handbook of research on virtual environments for corporate education: Employee learning and solutions.(pp. 169-193), William Ritke-Jones (Ed). Hershey: IGI Global.
Fred Endres retired from the School of Journalism & Mass Communication in 2014, after 40 years of teaching news and multimedia journalism. His research appeared in such publications as Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Newspaper Research Journal, Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, and Journalism History.
Gary Hanson is a 25-year veteran of television news. From 1984 to 1997 he was News Director of WKBN, the CBS television affiliate in Youngstown, Ohio.
He is the past Freedom and Responsibility Chair of the RTV-J Division of AEJMC, the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. In 2016, he received the Edward L. Bliss Award for Distinguished Broadcast Journalism Education.