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This collection situates space design and digital technologies as deliberate, infrastructural practice. The chapters call attention to a range of theoretical frameworks, methodological approaches, and tools for shaping space-design decisions. Chapters address how architectural and technological needs (i.e., architexture) are met and how they are rationalized within specific institutional contexts. The chapters offer considerations of space design and writing instruction both from a wide range of perspectives and from the various actors at play in any one specific instance of space design and infrastructure. Authors represent a range of voices, including writing program administrators, writing center directors, writing center staff members, writing teachers, and graduate student instructors,... Show More


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