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Ms. Julie Warner, NBCT
Instructor of English
Gamble Hall 241
Doctoral Student ABD, Teachers College, Columbia University
MA, Kennesaw State University
BS, Georgia Southern University
Research and Teaching Interests
Unsanctioned literacy practices of youth; new media literacies; education for social justice, culturally relevant teaching; postcolonial and borderland studies; poststructuralist theory
Technology Liaison, Leadership Team, Coastal Savannah Writing Project, Armstrong State University
Warner, J. (2014) Writing in virtual worlds: Scratch programming as multimodal composing practice in the language arts classroom. In H.R. Gerber, S.S. Abrams, & M. Burgess (Eds.), Building literate connections through video games and virtual environments: Practical ideas and connections. Boston, MA: Sense Publishers.
Warner, J. (Fall 2011/Winter 2012). Loud silence: Using young adult literature to foster a discourse of antihomophobia. The Journal of the International Reading Association’s Special Interest Group: Network on Adolescent Literature SIGNAL Journal.
Warner, J. (Fall 2007/Winter 2008). Urban fiction in the classroom. The Journal of the International Reading Association’s Special Interest Group: Network on Adolescent Literature SIGNAL Journal.
Warner, J. (2007). Twenty-first century literacies: The effect of technology on audience awareness and language use and implications for the modern classroom. Georgia Council of Teachers of English Connections Journal. 44, 9-17.