The Re-imagining Futures Digital Arts & Literacies Project builds on successful multimedia and narrative practices to engage adolescents as proficient users of multimedia tools and practices as they learn to weave together traditional and media literacy skills. The goal is to find ways to build on the knowledge and existing literacies of the adolescents with whom we work while providing opportunities for them to develop digital proficiencies that are crucial for meaningful citizenship and academic achievement in the current educational climate.
- Lydia Browne
- Eric Fernandez
- Melanie Hibbert
- Kristine Rodriguez Kerr
- Ahram Park
- Lalitha Vasudevan
- Arts, Media, and Justice: Multimodal Explorations with Youth. (co-edited with Tiffany DeJaynes) New York: Peter Lang. (2013)
- Vasudevan, L. & DeJaynes, T. (In press). Researching Adolescents’ Literacies Multimodally. In Digital Dissertations. London: Sage.
- Vasudevan, L. & Rodriguez, K. (In press). Re-Storying the spaces of education through narrative. In E. Dixon-Román & E. Gordon (Eds.), Spaces of educative possibility. New York: Mellen.
- Vasudevan, L., Stageman, D., Rodriguez, K., Fernandez, E., Dattatreyan, E.G. (2010). Authoring new narratives with youth at the intersection of the arts and justice. Perspectives on Urban Education, 7(1), 54-65.
- Vasudevan, L., Rodriguez, K., & Dzula, M. (2010). Sociocultural Studies of Adolescent Literacy — An Annotated Bibliography. Prepared for the National Research Council.
- Robert Bowne Foundation, Edmund A. Stanley, Jr. Research Grant. (2010). Re-imagining Futures Digital Arts and Literacies Project.
- Zankel Urban Fellow Internships. (2009, 2010, 2011)