Co-authoring identity: Digital storytelling in an urban middle school
Working after school in the Cyber Cougars Fifth Dimension Club in a large city in the western US, African American youth age 12 to 14 produced digital stories representing episodes of change in their own lives. A close examination of how three of these stories came into being explores the dialogic process of authoring and considers some of the ways that self-narratives can serve as developmental tools for the authors. [This study was supported by Field Initiated Study Grant R305T010285, OERI, U. S. Department of Education]
Davis, Alan, "Co-authoring identity: Digital storytelling in an urban middle school" (2005). Educational Psychology Faculty Publications. 46.