Digital writing - writing crafted with, and relying on digital technology - challenges what we think we know about the world and the way we engage it. In this workshop, you will learn how to effectively leverage digital literacies to produce engaging and compelling writing in digital spaces. This workshop will focus on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, and on why digital writing is essential in a 21st century America where it is part of the fabric of life.
Through this interactive session, you will gain a deeper understanding of why digital writing is different from the other writing forms and see new possibilities for communication and self-expression.
Free and open to the public | Space is limited | Lunch Provided
Computers will be available, but you are welcome to bring a laptop or your favorite writing tool.
James Wermers, PhD
CSRD Faculty Fellow; Digital Humanities Course Manager
College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, Arizona State University