Intersecting Literacy, Communication, and Braille

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One outcome of the DALN that I find to be so rewarding is the access to narratives that provide insight into different learning processes and literacy experiences that aid in a reconsideration of… Continue reading

Considering the Roles of Aurality in Literacy Processes

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The roles that aurality play in learning to read and write is a topic that I find very fascinating and intriguing, especially when it comes to considering how music and traditional literacy practices… Continue reading

My Computer-Literate Identity – A Metaliteracy Narrative

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My name is Matthew Sansbury. I am a DALN Research Fellow and PhD Student in Composition and Rhetoric at Georgia State working at the intersections of multimodal composition and literacy studies. I first… Continue reading

Gaming as Learning

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Hi! I’m Jennifer Carter, an MA Student in Rhetoric, Composition, and Literacy at GSU. I’m working with the DALN as technology-pedagogy consultant. I’m fascinated with the pedagogical values of both analog and digital… Continue reading

The DALN @ CCCC in Tampa and “Plugs, Play, Pedagogy”

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What better way to celebrate the DALN’s new blog than to invite everyone to stop by the DALN booth at CCCC in Tampa this week!  The “Every CCCC Member has a Literacy Narrative”… Continue reading

Every Conference Attendee Has a Story

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Matthew Sansbury and Jennifer Carter, Georgia State University In the true spirit of scholarly exchange, the Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives joined SAMLA for its 85th annual conference. The DALN “is a publicly… Continue reading