Advances in Educational Technologies and Instructional Design (AETID) Book Series.
Titles in this Series.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Reviewers.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Writing with WEB 2.0 and Social Media.
2: Designing Writing Tasks in Google Docs that Encourage Conversation: An Inquiry into Feedback and Revision.
3: Writing to Learn: Blogging about Language Arts and Social Studies in a Grade 5 Classroom.
4: Tagxedo: Using Digital Technologies to Support the Writing of Students in an Alternative Education Program.
5: Examining Middle-School Students' Uses of Diigo Annotations to Engage in Collaborative Argumentative Writing.
6: Connecting In and Out-of-School Writing through Digital Tools.
7: Virtual Vacations: Recursive Scaffolding in Digital Composition.
8: Socially Networking the Past: Digital Mediation of Disciplinary Writing.
9: Writing with Mobile and Multimodal Technologies.
10: Students' Out-of-School Writing Practices in an Educational Facebook Application: The Case of Hot Dish.
11: An Argument for a Multimodal, Online System to Support English Learners' Writing Development.
12: Multilingual, Multimodal Compositions in Technology-Mediated Hybrid Spaces.
13: Reading-to-Learn from Subject Matter Texts: A Digital Storytelling Circle Approach.
14: iLiterate: Exploring iPads, Multimodality, and Writing Pedagogy in Secondary English.
15: Padlet Walls, Weeblies, and Twitter: Incorporating Multimodal and Digital Literacies in the San Antonio Writing Project and in a Seventh-Grade English Language Arts Classroom.
16: Preschoolers as Digital Designers: Composing Dual Language eBooks Using Touchscreen Computer Tablets.
17: Young Writers Create Digital E-Books Using Nooks.
18: Integrating Technology with Writing Instruction.
19: A Historical Overview of Writing and Technology: Seeking the Right Instructional Tools for the Job.
20: Supporting Young Writers through the Writing Process in a Paperless Classroom.
21: Supporting the Development of Writing Abstraction with Technology.
22: Translating Traditional Writing Process Tools to Digital Ones: Integrating Digital Writing in K-12 Classrooms.
23: Real World Writing with Digital Prompts.
24: Employing Digital Tools to Support Writing in Mathematics and the Implementation of the Common Core State Standards.
25: Using ResponsiveDesign as a Shared Approach to Address the Challenge of Composing with Digital Tools.
26: Online Peer Conferencing in Four Different Educational Settings: Practices and Insights.
27: Composing Texts and Identities in an Alternative High School English Class.
28: Preparing Educators to Teach Writing Digitally.
29: Preparing Teachers to Immerse Students in Multimodal Digital Writing Opportunities.
30: Professional Development for Teaching Writing in a Digital Age.
31: Pose/Wobble/Flow: Designing Connected Learning Opportunities for Preservice Teachers in the Era of the Common Core.
32: Professional Development 1.5: Two Models for Helping Teachers Implement Digital Tools in Writing Pedagogy.
33: Scaffolding Pre-Service English Teachers to Teach Secondary Students How to Utilize Digital Tools when Composing.
34: The Integration of Digital Tools during Strategic and Interactive Writing Instruction.
35: What Now? Shifting Our Colleagues' Perceptions of Digital Writing.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.