Erin Kathleen Bahl and Kaitlin Clinnin
Introduction: Understanding DMAC and Communities of Practice
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DMAC and Social Relationships: Communities of Support and Practice
DMAC and Space: Fostering Legitimate Peripheral Participation
Conclusion: Extending the DMAC Community of Practice
Erin Kathleen Bahl is a doctoral student at The Ohio State University studying composition, digital media, and folklore. Her interests include the spatial organization of experience, visual interface design, and multimodal religious literacies. Her work can be found in Composition Studies and Computers and Composition.
Kaitlin Clinnin is a doctoral candidate at The Ohio State University where she studies composition and digital media. Her research interests include the role of community in the writing classroom both in physical and digital spaces. Her work has been published in Technoculture and the Journal of Global Literacies, Technologies, and Emerging Pedagogies.