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4T Virtual Conference on Digital Writing 2016

This collection features posts written by 4T Virtual Conference on Digital Writing (#4TDW) presenters from the 2016 conference. The conference focuses on the research, pedagogy, and tools of writing in digital spaces in the K-12 classroom. Throughout the virtual sessions, participants will explore the complexities of teaching writing in a digital age in which students potentially play the role of writer, multimedia creator, collaborator, publisher, reader/viewer/audience member, and critic during their online engagement both during and outside of school.

This four-day event also provides a space for dialogue between K-12 and university educators about the ways that the teaching of writing is enacted in schools, colleges, workplaces, and communities. The National Writing Project is a conference partner, and many of the presenters for the #4TDW are Writing Project teacher consultants and directors, facts that are reflected in the webinars' design and presenters' approach to teaching digital writing.

Each post in this collection discusses a pedagogical topic or approach related to digital writing that the blogger presented on during his or her webinar. In addition, there is a link to the recorded webinar and associated resources for that particular session. 

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Collected by Delia DeCourcy
on Nov 23 2016

Resources in this collection

What's the 4T Virtual Conference on Digital Writing?
Defining Digital Writing (A Modest Proposal)
Using Video to Enhance Student Writing
Research Writing Rewired: Composing Using Digital Tools
Their World - A Digital One
Tumblr: the Ultimate Authentic Student Writing Platform
from texting to teaching: grammar instruction in a digital age
Does Digital Writing Exist?
#4TDW Making the Switch: Moving from a Paper to a Digital Writer's Notebook
Composing vs. "Digital Writing"