The arobase in the libr@ry: New political economies of children's literatures and literacies
Computers and Composition Volume 22, Number 1 ISSN 8755-4615 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
This essay explores the (im)possibilities of new environments for engaging with literature for children. It examines an online festival organized by school librarians, which we designate by the term libr@ry. The @ (French: arobase) indicates that technological mediation has a history, an established set of social practices, and a political economy.
Kapitzke, C. & Bruce, B.C. The arobase in the libr@ry: New political economies of children's literatures and literacies. Computers and Composition, 22(1), 69-78. Elsevier Ltd.