Aimee Kendall Roundtree
Teaching and Research Interests:
- Rhetoric of science and medicine
- Health communication
- Science and medical writing
- Visual design and culture
- Hypermedia and new media theory
- Web usability and accessibility
- Research methods (including usability testing, critical theory, activity theory, and qualitative and quasi-empirical study design)
- Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin
- Roundtree. “Sizing Up Single Sourcing: Rhetorical Interventions for XML Documentation,” in Complex Worlds: Digital Culture, Rhetoric, and Professional Communication. Eds. Adrienne Lamberti and Ann Richards. Baywood, 2011.
- Roundtree. “The Rhetoric of Computer Simulations in Astrophysics: A Case Study.” JCOM: Journal of Science Communication. 9:3 (A2) September 2010.
- Roundtree. “Simulated Visuals: Some Rhetorical and Ethical Implications.” Digital Humanities Quarterly. 3.3 (Summer 2009).
- Roundtree. “Web 2.0 Science: Implications of New Web Technology on the Production of Scientific Knowledge.” Professional Studies Review. 4.2 (Oct. 2009): 11-28.
- Roundtree, Kallen, Lopez-Olivo, Kimmel, Skidmore, Ortiz, Cox, Suarez-Almazor. “Poor Reporting of Search Strategy and Conflict of Interest in Over 250 Narrative and Systematic Reviews of Two Biologic Agents in Arthritis: A Systematic Review.” Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 62.2 (Feb. 2009): 128-37.
- Kendall. “Computer Simulations in Computational Science: Mimesis of a Virtual Nature.” Professional Studies Review. 2.1 (Sept. 2005): 31-48.
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