The NWP Digital Is website is an emerging and open knowledge base created and curated by its community of members. We gather resources, collections, reflections, inquiries, and stories about what it means to learn and teach writing in our increasingly digital and interconnected world.
Our essential question is: If digital is how we write, share, collaborate, publish, and participate today and into the future, what does that mean for the teaching of writing and connected learning?
We invite you to participate. And thank you for your contributions.
The National Writing Project
The National Writing Project (NWP) is a nationwide network of educators working together to improve the teaching of writing in the nation's schools and in other settings. NWP provides high-quality professional development programs to teachers in a variety of disciplines and at all levels, from early childhood through university. Through its network of more than two hundred university-based sites located in all fifty states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, NWP develops the leadership, programs, and research needed for teachers to help students become successful writers and learners.
Learn more about the National Writing Project.
Thank you to our partners
The National Writing Project thanks the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation for its support of NWP Digital Is through the Foundation's Digital Media and Learning Initiative.
Special thanks to FunnyMonkey for the initial design and development of the Digital Is website and to the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers for permission to use images from their galleries of award-winning student art.
We welcome you to contact us with any comments and questions about the NWP Digital Is website and project.