A Critical Untangling of Adolescents' Literacy Practices and Popular Culture—A Global Conversations in Literacy Research Webinar
March 6, 2016
Dr. Donna E. Alvermann will address how popular culture is not a discourse distinct from other discourses, including adolescents' literacy practices as part of the Global Conversations in Literacy Research 2015-2016 series. Dr. Alvermann is the University of Georgia Appointed Distinguished Research Professor of Language and Literacy Education whose research focuses on young people's digital literacies and use of popular media.
- When: Sunday, March 6, 4:00 p.m. PST/7:00 p.m. EST
- Where: Global Conversations in Literacy Research
NOTE: In order to participate in this webinar, you will need to access the Blackboard Web Conference application. If you have not previously downloaded the Blackboard Web Conferencing app, please allow yourself 15-20 minutes before the webinar to set it up on your computer or device. Read GCLR's "Tech Support for Seminars" .
The National Writing Project is proud to support Global Conversations in Literacy Research (GCLR), a series of interactive web seminars that feature cutting-edge literacy research conducted by international literacy researchers. GCLR is grounded in critical literacy, and, like the National Writing Project, sees as its mission to use new and emerging technologies to connect global audiences in an exchange of ideas on literacy theory, research, and practice through free and open access to webinars.
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