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Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy

1998 Volume 42, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Diversity, Discussion, and Participation: Comparing Web-Based and Campus-Based Adolescent Literature Classes

    Larry Mikulecky

    Explores differences in the range and types of graduate students in a campus-based and a Web-based graduate course on teaching adolescent literature. Finds useful discussion in all class settings, ... More

    pp. 84-97

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  2. Mixing Old Technologies with New

    Bertram Bruce

    Notes that along with adding new technologies for literacy, and changing the ways in which older technologies are used, users also create literacies that are hybrids of existing practices. Lists... More

    pp. 136-39

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