Articles by Daniel L. Hocutt

Mr. Hocutt is a web manager and adjunct professor of liberal arts at the University of Richmond School of Professional and Continuing Studies and a PhD student in English at Old Dominion University. He researches the intersection of technology and rhetoric along with new media, technical and professional communication, and tricksters.

Learning to Use, Useful for Learning: A Usability Study of Google Apps for Education

Abstract Using results from an original survey instrument, this study examined student perceptions of how useful Google Apps for Education (GAFE) was in students’ learning of core concepts in a first-year college composition course, how difficult or easy it was for students to interact with GAFE, and how students ranked specific affordances of the technology […] [Read More]