The following are the slides to my paper at the EATAW (the European Association of Teaching Academic Writing) Conference at Royal Holloway University (London, UK):
The talk was basically an overview of the key issues in my recent book ‘Assignments as Controversies’, published by Routledge/T&F. I talked about novel approaches to the study of writing and digital literacy, and how through in-depth accounts of writing we can examine ways of understanding how people engage with digital media in curricular activities and how these give rise to new practices of information management and knowledge creation.
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