Abstract: Under-resourced college writing programs face challenges around technology. A college writing program's infrastructure includes the expertise of its instructors. An in-house system for electronic portfolios illustrates the value of infrastructure. Infrastructure has implications for understanding technology within college writing programs.
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Dunn, J. S., Luke, C., & Nassar, D. (2013). Valuing the Resources of Infrastructure: Beyond From-Scratch and Off-the-Shelf Technology Options for Electronic Portfolio Assessment in First-Year Writing. Computers and Composition, 30(1), 61–73. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compcom.2012.12.001