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What expectations should professionals and the public place on visuals to communicate the uncertainties of complex phenomena? This article demonstrates how charts during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic articulated visual arguments yet also required extended communicative support upon their delivery. The author examines one well-circulated...
Coding has typically been understood as an engineering practice, where the meaning of code has discrete boundaries as a technology that does precisely what it says. Multidisciplinary code studies reframed this technological perspective by positing code as the latest form of writing, where code’s meaning is always partial and dependent on situationa...
In this article, we document how Twitter is embedded within the U.S.-Mexico border and used to reorganize the oppressive conditions perpetuated by the border's sociopolitical history. We do so through a mixed-methods case-study of three polarized, yet tangled, activist movements on Twitter, each of which responded to Trump's border wall plans and z...
This panel extends the scope of user experience (UX) to be more inclusive of social and environmental justice aims by providing a series of diverse case studies that cover topics of community engagement, transnational research, technical communication pedagogy, content management systems, and environmental resilience and accentuating aspects of jus...
In this chapter, Brooks and Lindgren consider how literacy crisis discourses have reinvented themselves in the twenty-first century. Specifically, they consider what roles literacy experts have to play in responding to the coding crisis discourse. Drawing on field data from their after-school coding literacy program for elementary-aged children, th...