Dr. Joey J. Erickson
- Ph.D., Bowling Green State University
- M.A., University of Minnesota Duluth
- B.A., University of Minnesota Duluth
- Rhetoric and composition
- Technical writing
- New media writing and publishing
- Genre theory
- Activity theory
- Roozen, Kevin and Joe Erickson. “Doing Two-Dimensional Design, Arranging American Literature, Crafting Creative Writing: Re-situating the Development of Practice.” Enculturation (Invited, under review)
- Erickson, Joe and Kris Blair. “The Ethos of Online Publishing: Building and Sustaining an Inclusive Future for Digital Scholarship.” Online Credibility and Digital Ethos: Evaluating Computer-Mediated Communication. Eds. Shawn Apostle and Moe Folk. December, 2012.
- Book Review. Assessment in Technical and Professional Communication. Eds. Margaret Hundleby and Jo Allen. IEEE Transactions in Professional Communication. March 2011.
- Website Manager, Department of English and Modern Languages
- Layout Editor, Concho River Review
- Senior/Technical Editor, Computers and Composition Online
- Book Review Editor, Computers and Composition
- Faculty Fellow, ASU CONNECT! Quality Enhancement Plan
- Director of First Year Writing
- Academics for Vertical Alignment Training and Renewal (AVATAR): Helping Students Transition from High School English to College Composition,” Texas Speech Communication Association, Corpus Christi, TX: October 2013 (Invited).
- “Approaching Web Design as a Process of Community Immersion.” Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication, Houghton, MI: September 2012.
- “Positioning Rhetoric and Composition Program Websites as Digital Gateways: The ‘Inwardly and Publicly Transformative’ Performances of Our Disciplinary Expertise.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, St. Louis, MO: March 2012.
- “Service Learning in an Introductory Web Publishing Course: Challenges and Opportunities.” Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication, Harrisonburg, VA, October 2011.
- “Online Journal Administration: The Editorial Mentor and a More Inclusive Future for Scholarly Publishing.” Computers and Writing, Ann Arbor, MI, May 20, 2011.