The First Digital Native Writing Instructors and the Future Multimodal Composition Classroom
Department of Writing and Communication
Basic Writing e-Journal
Lutkewitte acknowledges that digital natives read and write differently than people whose literacy practices primarily involve printed materials. After describing these differences, the author explores implications for future digital native writing instructors as both teachers and scholars. As they put their digital literacies into practice in academia, digital native writing instructors will challenge 20th century modes of writing instruction and notions of authorship to foster the 21st century literacies developing in and outside of the academy.
Lutkewitte, C. (2012). The First Digital Native Writing Instructors and the Future Multimodal Composition Classroom. Basic Writing e-Journal, 10 (1), 1-17. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/shss_facarticles/80