- Market Matters: Applied Rhetoric Studies and Free Market Competition. Ed. Joyce Carter. Hampton, 2005.
- Carter, J. (2008). Rhetoric, Markets, and Value Creation: Notes towards a Productive
Rhetoric. In Edward Clift (Ed.), How Language is Used to Do Business: Essays on the Rhetoric of Economics (pp. 1-30). Lewiston, NY: Mellen.
- Carter, J., Rickly, R. (2005). Mind the Gap(s): Modeling Space in Online Education.
Online Education: Global Questions, Local Answers. Baywood.
- Carter, J. (2005). Rhetoric, Markets, and Value Creation: An Introduction and Argument for a Productive Rhetoric. Market Matters: Applied Rhetoric Studies and Free Market Competition (pp. 1-65). Hampton.
Edited Special Issue
- Editor for special issue of Technical Communication on the Implications of Single Sourcing on Writers and Writing. Technical Communication 50.3 (August 2003).
- Carter, J. (2013). How Do Experts Read Application Letters? A Multi-Modal Study (ACM
978-1-4503-1497-8/12/10. ed.). ACM.
- Carter, J. (2013). "Texas Tech University's Online PhD in Technical Communication
and Rhetoric." Programmatic Perspectives 5.2 (Fall 2013), http://cptsc.org/pp/vol5-2/carter.pdf
- Carter, J. (2007). Review of Democracy and New Media, edited by Henry Jenkins and
David Thorburn (2nd ed., vol. 16, pp. 261-4). Technical Communication Quarterly.
- Carter, J. (2007). Review of The Support Economy: Why Corporations are Failing Individuals and the Next Episode of Capitalism by Shoshana
Zuboff and James Maxmin (3rd ed., vol. 16, pp. 365-8). Technical Communication Quarterly.
- “Rhetoric, Markets, and Value Creation: An Introduction and Argument for a Productive
Rhetoric.” In Market Matters: Applied Rhetoric Studies and Free Market Competition. Ed. Joyce Carter. Hampton, 2005, pp. 1-66.
- Review of Democracy and New Media, edited by Henry Jenkins and David Thorburn. Forthcoming
in the journal Technical Communication Quarterly in spring or summer 2005.
- "Understanding the Role of the Highlights Video in Usability Testing: A Consideration
of Rhetorical and Generic Expectations." With Dave Yeats. Technical Communication, 52.2 (May) 2005, pp. 156-62.
- "Mind the Gap(s): Modeling Space in Online Education." With Rebecca Rickly. In Cargile
Cook, K., & Grant-Davie, K. Online Education: Global Questions, Local Answers. Farmingdale, NY: Baywood, 2005.
- “Argument in Hypertext: Writing Strategies and the Problem of Order in a Non-Sequential
World.” Computers and Composition 20 (2003), pp. 3-22.
- “The Implications of Single Sourcing on Writers and Writing.” Technical Communication 50.3 (August 2003), pp. 1-4.
- "Arguments in Hypertext: A Rhetorical Approach." Proceedings of the Eleventh ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia. New York: Association of Computing Machinery, 2000. 85-91.
- "A Perspective on Three Cooperating Courses." With Susan Mengel and Joyce Falkenberg.
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Conference on Software Engineering Education & Training. IEEE. 1999. Pp. 265-77.
- "Multidisciplinary Education through Software Engineering." With Susan Mengel. ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference Proceedings. IEEE. 1999. Pp. 13a3-12 through 13a3-17.
- "Bridging The Gap Between Industry and the Academy Through Cross-Disciplinary, Real-World
Courses: A Solution for Today's and Tomorrow's TechComm Programs." Proceedings of 1999 CPTSC Conference, 2000, p. 61.
- "Computer Mediated Discourse and Student Participation at Montpellier." Les Cahiers d'APLIUT XI (June 92): 67-76.
- "DIBS: A Dynamic Interactive Branching System." English in Texas 9 (1987): 37-39.
- 53rd St. Writer. HarperCollins, 1991-6. Primary Macintosh author. Edited electronic versions of Scott,
Foresman Handbook 3rd Ed. and Little, Brown Handbook 5th Ed.
- Argumentor. Co-author. Macintosh version published by Intellimation, 1992.
- BiblioCite 1.0. Daedalus Group, 1991-7. Software to manage and automate bibliographies for the Macintosh.
Part of the Daedalus Integrated Writing Environment. Sole Macintosh author.
- BiblioCite Pro. Daedalus Group, 1998. Software to manage and automate bibliographies for Macintosh
and Windows computers. Project manager, designer, author of many of the "annotation
assistants" included in the program.
- Daedalus Integrated Writing Environment. IBM version co-written with Paul Taylor, 1987-8. Designated Best Writing Software
at Educom 1990. Primary author of Macintosh version, 1991-3. Primary designer of current
upgrades of both platforms.
- Daedalus Online. Joint project with Addison-Wesley Longman, the Daedalus Group, and Headland Digital
Media. Developed project 1996-8.
- Elements of Writing--Writer's Workshop. Holt, Rinehart, 1997. Co-designer and planner of a CD-ROM containing writing tools
based on Kinneavy's Elements of Writing for 6-12th grade students. This multimedia
software is a major revision of the Writer's Workshop for Holt 1993 (below).
- A Writer's Exchange. HarperCollins & Dallas Community College District, 1996. Co-designer of alternate
interface to Daedalus software, prototyper, and implementer.
- Writer's Prologue. St. Martin's Press, 1992. Software design and editing.
- Writer's Workshop. Holt, Rinehart, 1993. Software to accompany Kinneavy's Elements of Writing for 6-12th
grade students. Software design and editorial control over electronic version of handbook
and exercises to accompany it.
- Writer's Workshop. Addison-Wesley Longman (formerly HarperCollins), 1995-8. Software for the Macintosh
and Windows computers. Designed the user interface and edited the on-line materials
(hypertext versions of the Scott, Foresman Handbook, the Little, Brown Handbook, and
- WriteWell. On-line writing and learning center (http://writewell.daedalus.com) designed for
High School and College students. Designed the web interface and the database back-end
for the service. 1997-present.
- "Frequently Asked Questions about Megabyte University." Megabyte University (e-mail
discussion group, firstname.lastname@example.org). A monthly summary and information sheet
about Megabyte University. Monthly since 1993.
- "GenderPlay." [Videotape] In ND, Issue #11. Published by Dan Plunkett, Austin, TX,
- Language Learning Online: Theory and Practice in the ESL and L2 Computer Classroom.
Edited by Janet Swaffar et al. Labyrinth Publications, Austin, TX, 1998. Developer
and senior editor of this title, as well as the entity of Labyrinth Publications.
- Kimball, M. (Presenter & Author), Carter, J. (Presenter & Author), Barker, T. (Presenter
& Author), Elliott, N. (Presenter & Author), Coppola, N. (Presenter & Author), Association
of Teachers of Technical Writing, Association of Teachers of Technical Writing, "“Re(Building)
Technical Communication as a Research Discipline: A Community Model for Program Assessment.”,"
International, Peer Reviewed/Refereed, Published Elsewhere. (2007).
- Carter, J., Southwest and Texas Popular Culture Association, Southwest and Texas Popular
Culture Association, Albuquerque, "Gender Change as a Technological Issue," International,
Peer Reviewed/Refereed. (February 28, 2009).
- Carter, J., Computers and Writing, CCCC, Lubbock, TX, "Frontier Epistemology: Conducting Research on Texas Tech's Online Doctoral Program," National, Peer Reviewed/Refereed.
- Chair rotation, Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), 2014-7
- Former CEO and software products developer, The Daedalus Group (educational software
- Co-author of the award-winning Daedalus Integrated Writing Environment.
- Chair and head juror, "Best Dissertation in Technical Communication" Award for the
CCCC, 2009 and 2010.
- Member of 3-year investigative committee: 2009-2012 CCCC Committee on LGBT/Q Issues