Digital Media and Composition Institute
The Ohio State University
May 7-14, 2019
The Digital Media and Composition Institute (DMAC) at The Ohio State University is a week-long institute on the effective use of digital media in college composition classrooms. Participants will explore a range of contemporary digital literacy practices – alphabetic, visual, audio, and multimodal – and apply what they learn to the design of meaningful assignments, syllabi, curricula, and programs. Our upcoming institute features:
● World-class faculty that includes Scott Lloyd DeWitt, Jonathan Buehl, Kay Halasek, John Jones, Susan Lang, Ben McCorkle, Margaret Price, Lauren Squires, and Christa Teston.
● Workshops emphasizing production in multimodal writing; curriculum development and assessment; and access and accessibility.
● A commitment to keeping DMAC affordable and accessible, including reduced tuition fees, a compressed schedule, and lower hotel costs.
● The Cindy and Dickie Selfe Fellowship that celebrates our commitment to increasing the diversity of students, teachers, and scholars in the field of digital media and composition studies, making it possible for individuals to attend DMAC who could not otherwise participate.
Registration for DMAC 2019 opens November 1 and has a deadline of March 1, 2019 or until all seats have been filled. For more information about registering for DMAC: