Special themed issue: Beyond ‘new’ literacies

Dana J. Wilber
Published Online: May 31, 2010
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Biographical Statement

Dana J. Wilber is Associate Professor of Literacy at Montclair State University. She is involved in work in new literacies, Web 2.0 practices and the uses of new technologies and literacy practices across university spaces. Currently, she is researching the uses of social networking and new literacies in college reading courses. She has been published in The Handbook of Research on New Literacies, eLearning, Innovate Journal of Online Learning, Theoretical Models and Processes of Reading, Educational Leadership, and Educational Technology Magazine.  Shealso authored iWrite: Using blogs, wikis and digital storytelling in the English classroom (2010, Heinemann).

Email: wilberd@mail.montclair.edu


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