This is my Wikimedia user page. More information is available on my Wikipedia user page: user:Matthewvetter
I'm Matt Vetter, Associate Professor of English at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. I hold a PhD in English with a specialization in writing, rhetoric, and digital humanities from Ohio University. As a scholar, I am primarily interested in the ways technologies shape writing and writing pedagogy. I am drawn toward investigations of the ideological and epistemological functions of technologies and communities and the possibilities for human intervention and praxis within those communities.
As of August 2021, I am serving as a regional grants committee officer for United States and Canada.
I am also a frequent participant in the Wiki Education Program. As a teacher of writing, I see a lot of benefits to Wikipedia writing projects and I try to be active in these communities.
As of December 2022, I am a certified Reading Wikipedia in the Classroom trainer.
My Wiki Education Profile: dashboard.wikiedu.org/users/Matthewvetter
I am a trained Wikipedia Campus Ambassador and I enjoy leading workshops for academic audiences on how to get involved in the encyclopedia. Wikipedia:United_States_Education_Program/Campus_Ambassadors
As of 2019, I am also a member of the CCCC Wikipedia Initiative, a task force dedicated to improving article content related to rhetoric and writing studies in Wikipedia, and increasing understanding of the encyclopedia among academics.
CCCC Wikipedia Initative: cccc.ncte.org/cccc/wikipedia-initiative
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- web: http://www.mattvetter.net