Casey McArdle

cmcardle@msu.edu

235 Bessey Hall

FacultyWriting, Rhetoric, and American CulturesExperience ArchitectureFirst Year WritingProfessional and Public Writing

Academic Specialist, Associate Chair, Director of Undergraduate Programs

Biography

Casey’s research interests focus on instructional design, online writing instruction, experience architecture, and rhetorical theory. He has experience teaching various levels of writing that include Basic Writing, web development, experience architecture, digital literacies, document design, and Professional and Technical Writing.

Research Areas

Distance Education, Instructional Design, Experience Architecture, Rhetorical Theory, Professional and Technical Writing

Education

Ph.D. in English (Composition and Rhetoric), Ball State University, 2014

M.A. in English, Indiana University, 2005

B.A. in English, Denison University, 1997

Research or Academic Affiliations

The Online Writing Instruction Community

Global Society for Online Literacy Educators

User Experience Professionals Association

National Council of Teachers of English

Modern Language Association

International Writing Center Association

National Writing Project

Projects


PARS In Practice: More Resources and Strategies for Online Writing Instructors

McArdle, Casey and Jessie Borgman, editors. PARS In Practice: More Resources and Strategies for Online Writing Instructors. WAC Clearinghouse, 2021. Print.

Personal, Accessible, Responsive, Strategic: Resources and Strategies for Online Writing Instructors

McArdle, Casey and Jessie Borgman. Personal, Accessible, Responsive, Strategic: Resources and Strategies for Online Writing Instructors. WAC Clearinghouse, 2019. Print.
2020 Computers and Composition Distinguished Book Award Winner

Mobile Learning Just Keeps on Running: Renegotiating Online Collaborative Spaces for Writing Students

McArdle, Casey. “Mobile Learning Just Keeps on Running: Renegotiating Online Collaborative Spaces for Writing Students.” Mobile Technologies and the Writing Classroom. Ed. Dr. Claire Lutkewitte. Illinois: NCTE Press, 2016. 117-132. Print.

CCCC Webinar on Online Environments and Your Students: Strategies to Inform Writing Instruction

McArdle, Casey and Jessie Borgman. CCCC Webinar on Online Environments and Your Students: Strategies to Inform Writing Instruction. 22 April 2020. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Webinar.

Crossing the ON-Line: Achieving Online Writing Instruction Goals

McArdle, Casey, Jessie Borgman, and Elizabeth Monske. Crossing the ON-Line: Achieving Online Writing Instruction Goals. May 2016. Computers and Writing Conference. Rochester, NY. 

Awards and Honors

University News

Faculty Members Recognized With Outstanding Achievement Awards
Published March 7, 2022 in College of Arts & Letters
The College of Arts & Letters is pleased to honor the 2021 Faculty Award winners for their outstanding leadership, teaching, innovation, and community engagement. The six awards presented by the…Read now »
New Minor in Writing Now Offered to Undergraduates
Published August 24, 2021 in College of Arts & Letters
A new Minor in Writing is now being offered to undergraduate students at Michigan State University. This new minor, housed in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American…Read now »
McArdle Wins National Distinguished Book Award
Published August 19, 2021 in College of Arts & Letters
Casey McArdle is the co-winner of the 2020 Computers and Composition Distinguished Book Award for the book he co-wrote with Jessie Borgman, titled Personal, Accessible, Responsive,…Read now »
Three Graduates Receive XA Outstanding Senior Award
Published May 3, 2021 in College of Arts & Letters
The Experience Architecture (XA) Outstanding Senior Award usually is awarded to only one student who shows excellence in the program, standing out amongst their peers. However, for the second…Read now »
A P2W Major’s Bittersweet Goodbye to the College That Gave Her So Much
Published May 11, 2020 in College of Arts & Letters
When I came to MSU, I was a Business-preference student with high ambition but little direction. I was in Writing as Inquiry (WRA 101) during my first semester here, when my professor, Margaret…Read now »