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This roundtable conversation seeks to explore the ways that digital academic publishers may enact and make spaces for the digital rhetorics they study. A space like the Digital Rhetoric Collaborative, operated through the Sweetland Center for Writing, explicitly confronts the divide between academic publishing and changing forms of communication, bringing to the fore concerns about how academics negotiate the space between traditional print epistemologies and forms of new media. In this roundtable, we will explore our experience developing and incorporating new literacies into our community, considering ways to galvanize our audience and enact the literacies that we promote. 

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Heather Lang's picture
Florida State University
Paula Miller's picture
The Ohio State University
Brenta Blevins's picture
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Lindsey Harding's picture
University of Georgia
Laura Gonzales's picture
Michigan State University
Matthew Vetter's picture
Ohio University
Jenae Cohn's picture
University of California, Davis
Anne Gere's picture
University of Michigan
Naomi Silver's picture
University of Michigan
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Engaging Multiliteracies, Engaging Communities: The Digital Rhetoric Collaborative

This roundtable conversation seeks to explore the ways that digital academic publishers may enact and make spaces for the digital rhetorics they study. A space like the Digital Rhetoric Collaborative, operated through the Sweetland Center for Writing, explicitly confronts the divide between academic publishing and changing forms of communication, bringing to the fore concerns about how academics negotiate the space between traditional print epistemologies and forms of new media. In this roundtable, we will explore our experience developing and incorporating new literacies into our community, considering ways to galvanize our audience and enact the literacies that we promote. 

 

 

Institutional, Interventions, Inventions, Literacies, Social Media #digliteracy, #multimodality, #blogging, #community Jenae Cohn, Laura Gonzales, Lindsey Harding, Paula Miller, Matthew Vetter, Anne Gere, Brenta Blevins, Naomi Silver, Heather Lang