What questions are you trying to answer? What challenges are you facing as a teacher and researcher?
Call for Participation
The Initiative for 21st Century Literacies Research is seeking blogs, position papers, and videos for peer-review publication, building upon faculty, graduate student, and practitioner research on contemporary literacies needed to succeed in complex environments, in and beyond schools. We publish blogs, position papers, manuscripts, action research, and reviews about varying topics regarding 21st century literacies, new literacies, and new media studies. Our projects help teachers and students integrate the classroom use of sophisticated technologies and new literacies, improve literacy teaching and learning, build relationships and collaborations through multiple avenues of communication and information, and participate critically and ethically in digital settings.
Spring 2016 Theme: Digital Writing, Deadline: October 31, 2015
Fall 2016 Theme: Pedagogy and Popular Culture, Deadline: July 31, 2016
Blogs and position papers submitted should follow APA 6th formatting. Blogs should be more than 500 words and not exceed 1,000 words, excluding references. Position papers should be more than 1,000 words and not exceed 2,500 words. Video diaries or other videos (screencasts, for example) submitted should be mp4 format and should include APA-style references if necessary. Videos cannot exceed 5 minutes in length and cannot include classroom videos or videos in which students are visible, without explicit written permission of the student and their guardian. We do not accept simultaneous submissions or papers that have been published elsewhere, including YouTube. Please include a three-sentence bio and send submissions to email@example.com with the subject line “Initiative Submission.”