This article reports on the findings of a pilot study conducted in 2011 that investigated technology-pedagogy preparation for graduate students in PhD-granting rhetoric and composition programs in the United States. The study aimed to answer two questions: (1) Are rhetoric/composition doctoral programs preparing their students to teach with technology?; and (2) If so, how? Based on our findings, we believe it is futile to prescribe one approach to techno-pedagogy preparation and insist that techno-pedagogy needs to be both dispersed and integrated throughout English studies graduate curricula.
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