Kairos is a refereed open-access online journal exploring the intersections of rhetoric, technology, and pedagogy which publishes "webtexts." Webtexts are scholarly examinations of topics related to technology in English Studies fields (e.g., rhetoric, composition, technical and professional communication, education, creative writing, language and literature) and related fields such as media studies, informatics, arts technology, and others. Besides scholarly webtexts, Kairos publishes teaching-with-technology narratives, reviews of print and digital media, extended interviews with leading scholars, interactive exchanges, "letters" to the editors, and news and announcements of interest.
The Orange Journal of Technical Communication and Information Design is an open-access, online graduate student scholarly journal that strives to foster critical thinking and discussion on a wide variety of topics and issues important to technical communicators.
The Journal of Undergraduate Multimedia Projects is an electronic journal that publishes undergraduate work in rhetorical digital/multimedia "new" media projects. The journal brings together quality multimedia scholarship by undergraduates with a critical perspective.