Navigating This Site This site hosts the local landing page for the 2020 Conference on College Composition and Communication. These pages are nested within a blog site called Writing & Rhetoric MKE, which is run by graduate students who study writing and rhetoric at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The blog aims to connect academic learning with community expertise. We also hope it serves as a space to highlight and amplify the ways that communities around Milwaukee are engaging with writing, rhetoric, and literacy in their daily lives.
On a desktop or laptop, you will find tabs horizontally across the top of this site under the title banner. On the mobile version of this site, you can navigate through the tabs by tapping on the menu icon (three horizontal lines) located in the upper left-hand corner of your screen.
All of the conference information is under the #4C20 tab, organized into the following pages:
Welcome - A letter from the Local Arrangement Committee and contact information for the various committee chairs.
Accessibility - The official CCCC Accessibility Guide, Best Practices for presentations, and access information about the Milwaukee Convention, where the conference is being held.
Land/Water Acknowledgement - Land/Water Acknowledgement and resources to learn more on American Indian history, community, and events in and around Milwaukee.
Lodging & Transportation - Local hotels and transportation options for getting around the city whether you are driving, busing, walking, etc.
Local CCCC Events - Connect with others from CCCC while also experiencing more of Milwaukee through these sponsored events happening around the city.
On the other main tabs of this site, you will find blog posts (Blog), more information about the blog and our editorial team (About), how to submit a post to Writing & Rhetoric MKE (Submit), and how to contact us or connect with us on Twitter (Contact). We hope you will check out what we’re writing about!
If you have questions or suggestions for how we can make this website more accessible, please contact the editors at email@example.com or Rachel Bloom-Pojar at firstname.lastname@example.org.