Annette Vee focuses her research and teaching on literacy, composition and technology and she is an Assistant Professor in the Composition area. She received her PhD in Composition & Rhetoric and her MA in Literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of English.
Her research explores digital intellectual property debates as well as intersections between alphabetic and code writing in historical context. She has published on digital games, writing center technology and intellectual property issues in software composition. Her current book project argues that the historical and social perspective of New Literacy Studies can help us understand the technical and social affordances of computer code writing.
She currently serves on the CCCC’s Intellectual Property Committee and Pitt’s Curriculum Committee for Composition.
Please visit her website for examples of her media work, research, and syllabi.