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Reading & Writing is an inter-disciplinary and inter-professional scholarly journal that explores how literacy is defined, enacted and promoted in a range of institutional, socio-cultural and disciplinary contexts', particularly within Africa and other developing countries.

Editor-in-Chief: Naomi Boakye, University of Pretoria, South Africa.

Society affiliation: Reading Association of South Africa (South Africa).

Special Issue Call for Papers on "Digital Literacy"

Abstracts submission deadline: 30 July 2017. The rapidity with which ICT has become intertwined in the essential fabric of society has resulted in some intentional and unintentional consequences. This special issue seeks to bring to the surface the myriad of influences that ICT has and could have on literacy. The aim is to go beyond identifying the challenges but also to develop and promote new knowledge on how digital literacy could lead to better ways of life, work and society. Read the full call for papers here.
2017-05-03

Latest articles

 
Original Research
The use of interactional metadiscourse features to present a textual voice: A case study of undergraduate writing in two departments at the University of Botswana
Boitumelo T. Ramoroka
Vol 8, No 1 (2017), 11 pages
 
Published: 2017-05-17

 
Original Research
Traversing the spaces of higher education through writing
Laura M. Drennan
Vol 8, No 1 (2017), 8 pages
 
Published: 2017-04-24

 
Original Research
Reading competency of first-year undergraduate students at University of Botswana: A case study
Beauty B. Ntereke, Boitumelo T. Ramoroka
Vol 8, No 1 (2017), 11 pages
 
Published: 2017-01-26

 
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ISSN: 2079-8245 (print) | ISSN: 2308-1422 (online)

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