Digital Rhetoric

These resources focus on more than just technology; they consider the socio-political and pedagogical implications of digital literacy and multimodal composition.

Digital Black Lit (Literatures & Literacies) and Composition or DBLAC is a digital network of Black graduate students in the United States, formed in May 2016 at the Digital Media and Composition Institute (DMAC) at The Ohio State University, which I attended in 2017.

The Digital Rhetoric Collaborative, hosted by the Sweetland Writing Center at University of Michigan, is a space for shared inquiry into the range of ideas, conversations, and activities that together constitute the work of digital rhetoricians and of the computers and writing community.