Writing and Rhetoric: UX/UI, technical writing, mixed-methods research, human computer interaction, information and communication technologies, human centered design , systems design and analysis, design as research
Burke, Rachael E., & Broderick, Jacob. (2017). Navigating the gig: rideshare drivers and mobile technologies in context. Proceedings of the 35th ACM International Conference on the Design of Communication. https://doi.org/10.1145/3121113.3121233
Burke, Rachael E. (2016, January). Empathy: Rethinking 'student-centeredness' in the writing classroom. The Writing Campus. https://thewritingcampus.com/2016/01/27/empathy-rethinking-student-centeredness-in-the-writing-classroom/
Burke, Rachael E. (2016, February). Evolution not revolution: Empathy as supportive practice. The Writing Campus. https://thewritingcampus.com/2016/02/11/evolution-not-revolution-empathy-as-supportive-practice/
Burke, Rachael E. (2016, February). I changed my mind: Articulating empathic design. The Writing Campus. https://thewritingcampus.com/2016/02/25/i-changed-my-mind-articulating-empathic-design/
MA, English Language and Literature
Georgia College and State University
Middle Tennessee State University
"Navigating the gig: rideshare drivers and mobile technologies in context." 35th ACM International Conference on the Design of Communication. August 2017, Halifax, NS, Canada. Co-presented with Jacob Broderick.
“Plato: UX Prototyping for Platonic Friendship.” Poster presented at the 34th ACM International Conference on the Design of Communication. May 2016, Silver Spring, MD.
"'Migraines Aren't Pretty': The A(i/e)sthetics of Unbelievable Pain." Dialogical Imaginations: Debating Aisthesis as Social Perception, Biopolitics, and New Ideas of Humanism. April 2016, Eichstätt, Bayern, Germany.