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Editor’s Introduction: Disruption and Reflection
Holly Hassel

Feature: Beyond Words on the Page: Using Multimodal Composing to Aid in the Transition to First-Year Writing
Christina Saidy
Abstract: This article reports on a multimodal podcasting unit conducted during a two-week modified summer bridge program for at-risk incoming first-year students. The examples from student work show how teaching a multimodal genre encourages writers to draw from their prior knowledge of standardized genres learned in high school to effectively transition to college composition.

Feature: Mark Reynolds Best Article of the Year Award Winners Reflect on TETYC
Jeff Sommers
Abstract: This essay is a symposium of sorts that collects observations and comments from Mark Reynolds Best Article of the Year Award Winners and offers insights into how successful authors view TETYC as a professional journal.

Feature: Understanding Classroom Silence: How Students’ Perceptions of Power Influence Participation in Discussion-Based Composition Classrooms
Emily King
Abstract: This article, based on a qualitative research study, analyzes the connections between students’ perceptions of power and their varied levels of oral participation in classroom discussion.

What Works for Me: Maximizing YouTube Creations with Minimum Difficulty
Amy Winger
Abstract: YouTube video innovations should be more widely developed and implemented because they uniquely meet the needs of today's diverse learners.

Review: Composition in the Age of Austerity, edited by Nancy Welch and Tony Scott
Reviewed by Jonathan Isaac

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