I currently direct the First-Year Composition program at the University of South Florida. For USF, I teach a practicum on teaching composition, a scholarly publishing course, a research methods course, and a seminar on rhetoric and technology.
Since joining the faculty at USF in 1984, I’ve published books, articles, and chapters on a variety of topics, including ETDs (electronic theses or dissertations); creative writing pedagogy; qualitative research methodologies; digital libraries; learning communities, and scholarly publishing. (See Moxley-Publication Summary for a brief overview of selected works.)
I’m currently working on
- http://myreviewers.usf.edu, a web-based application that enables teachers and students to use rubrics and commenting tools to review and grade student writing
- http://writingcommons.org, an Open Education home for writers. Writing Commons aspires to be a community for writers, a creative learning space for students in courses that require college-level writing, a creative, interactive space for teachers to share resources and pedagogy
Moxley has served as a writing coach for faculty a variety of universities, including Wake Forest University, Virginia Commonwealth University, Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management (see http://scholarspublish.com).