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Journal Title: Computers and Composition
Volume/Issue:   29 / 3
Issue Title: Computers and Composition Special Issue: New Literacy Narratives: Stories about Reading and Writing in a Digital Age
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: 1. Contents
Page i

2. Editor List
Page iii

3. Editor Advisory Board
Page iv

Letter From The Guest Editors

4. New Literacy Narratives: Stories about Reading and Writing in a Digital Age
Pages 185-190
Sally Chandler, John Scenters-Zapico


5. Rendering technology visible: The technological literacy narrative
Pages 191-204
Susan Kirtley

6. Past is prologue: Teachers composing narratives about digital literacy
Pages 205-220
Kory Lawson Ching, Cynthia Carter Ching

7. Multimodal Composing in Digital Storytelling
Pages 221-238
Yu-Feng (Diana) Yang

8. Exploring the Digital Divide on the U.S.-Mexico Border Through Literacy Narratives
Pages 239-253
Todd Ruecker

9. The Literacy Myth in the Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives
Pages 254-268
Krista Bryson

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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
LL Issue: 23.3819