How do students’ online literacy practices intersect with online popular culture? In this book scholars from a range of countries including Australia, Lebanon, Nepal, Qatar, South Africa, Turkey, and the United States illustrate and analyze how literacy practices that are mediated through and influenced by popular culture create both opportunities and tensions for secondary and university students. The authors examine issues of theory, identity, and pedagogy as they address participatory popular culture sites such as fan forums, video, blogs, social networking sites, anime, memes, and comics and graphic novels. The volume uniquely brings together scholarship about online literacy practices and the growing body of work on participatory popular culture [learn more]
About Vanessa Domine, Ph.D.: Vanessa Domine is currently an Associate Professor at Montclair State University where she teaches courses in technology and teacher education. She is the author of "Rethinking Technology in Schools" (2009). Dr. Domine was elected to the NAMLE Board of Directors in 2009 and served as 1st Vice President (2011-2013) and co-editor of the Journal of Media Literacy Education (2012-2013). In her spare time she is "Dr. Mom" to her 4 media-literate children. You can follow her on Twitter @vanessadomine View author profile.