DALN on WABE 90.1 FM: “GSU Maps the Human Genome Of Literacy, One Story at a Time”

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“A project at Georgia State University is seeking people’s personal stories about reading and writing. So far, it’s collected more than 6,000 such stories, in partnership with Ohio State University, and stored them… Continue reading

Literacy and Prison Outreach

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So far, one of the most rewarding experiences that I have had during my graduate studies has been the opportunity to tutor at a state prison. As I searched through the DALN, I… Continue reading

The Voices of Writing Tutors

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As a writing tutor, I have greatly enjoyed the opportunities that working in the writing studio has provided me with. I have had a chance to work on my pedagogy and get involved… Continue reading

Pedagogical Uses of the DALN

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Are you using the DALN in your teaching? Want to know how others are using the DALN in the classroom? Check out the study by Comer and Harker in Computers and Composition. Access to… Continue reading

Exciting News Revealed: President Jimmy Carter’s Narrative!

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The exciting news is here! Former President Jimmy Carter recently shared his literacy narrative with GSU’s own Paige Arrington. Please read her post below where she shares her own experience and insight collecting… Continue reading

Exciting News on the Horizon!

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Someone very special has recently shared a narrative with the DALN, and we can’t wait to share it with you! Stay tuned and be on the lookout for upcoming posts and details!

Check out the new CFP for The Archive as Classroom: Pedagogical Approaches to the DALN

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Check out the Call for Papers, featured below, for The Archive as Classroom: Pedagogical Approaches to the DALN. You can download and print out a copy of the CFP here. The deadline for proposals… Continue reading

“Literacy: For the Record” by Ashley Berry

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I chose to create a curated exhibit assignment on the subject of lyrical literacy. For my project, I explored the DALN for music related submissions and found that lyrics have had a heavy… Continue reading

“Around the World with Narratives” by Grecia Catalan

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My topic was English as a second language. It is a topic that I am very familiar. My first language is Spanish, and learning English is a journey that I still enjoy. I… Continue reading

“The Amazing Literate World of Harry Potter” by Amanda deJonge

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Across the globe, an individual that does not recognize the name Harry Potter is seldom. The Potterhead fandom is a worldwide phenomenon that knits together persons of all different backgrounds – each unique… Continue reading