The Triangle of Organized Labor, Writing Instruction, and Education Technology

  • Kim van Alkemade


By reiterating our commitment to interactive teaching, and by specifying the labor conditions under which we will use distance education technologies, our faculty contract protects the working conditions and educational contexts compositionists value for teaching writing. Rather than making "decisions about the worth of each [technological] innovation" (Anson 275), our contract resists the economic lure of the information revolution by defending the worth of our labor.