This collection of essays addresses sociocultural ideological, technical, and pedagogical concerns relating to digital technologies. The essays fall into three general categories: writing and reading, academic research and publishing, and teaching and learning. The essays represent the most current issues involved in computers and writing TnT is unique in that it collects in one volume essays that reflect the concerns of scholars, teachers, and students either already using technology in the classroom, preparing to use it, or using it for research, writing and publishing in the humanities. The audiences intended include those in the humanities, especially in literature philosophy social science, and writing departments concerned with the impact of technology on reading writing researching and teaching. The book is appropriate for use in undergraduate courses in computers and writing, or humanities courses in general, and in graduate seminars in computers and composition, composition and/or literature pedagogy, composition theory, literary theory, hypertext/cyberculture theory, and digital literacy.