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Negotiating Place and Space Through Digital Literacies: Research and Practice


reviewed by Carla D. Blackwell & Leah K. Saal - November 16, 2020

coverTitle: Negotiating Place and Space Through Digital Literacies: Research and Practice
Author(s): Damiana G. Piles, Ryan M. Rish, & Julie Warner
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1641134844, Pages: 336, Year: 2019
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 16, 2020
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23515, Date Accessed: 5/16/2021 4:56:36 PM

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  • Carla Blackwell
    Loyola University Maryland
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    CARLA D. BLACKWELL is an affiliate instructor of Literacy at Loyola University Maryland, School of Education. She is a 2019-2020 Fulbright Alumnus, having served in South Africa as an English Teacher Assistant. She served as a Secondary English/English Language Arts teacher with Baltimore City Public Schools for nine years. She has presented her graduate research--a photovoice project on African American male adolescent literacy practices--at the state and national-level literacy conferences, including the 2017 Maryland Cultural Proficiency Conference and the 2018 Literacy Research Association.
  • Leah Saal
    Loyola University Maryland
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    LEAH K. SAAL, Ph.D., is an associate professor of Literacy at Loyola University Maryland, School of Education. Her engaged scholarly agenda focuses on the intersectionality of literacy and social justice. Her research includes two dovetailing strands: 1) the literacies of adults and older students in and out of educational programs and 2) the preparation and support of literacy leaders to work for social justice. In her recent scholarship, the LEAD Program, she and a colleague have created a curriculum and corresponding training program for adults with disabilities to serve as self-advocate educators for first responders (police, EMS, firefighters).
 
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