Threads Of Practice: An A/R/Tographal Community Of Care (Poster)

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Dr.. Jennifer Luetkemeyer, Assistant Professor (Creator)
Appalachian State University (ASU )
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Abstract: Highlights include: Refereed Book Chapter (in press); Two peer-reviewed Articles (under review & in process); Three Conference Presentations in 2019; Two Upcoming Conference Presentations in 2020; Stillpoint; Guest In-Class Activities; Turchin Visual Journaling Workshops; Internal Grants; and Arts-Based Pedagogy in practice and content (e.g., Rhetoric and Composition, Media Studies, Library Science).

Additional Information

Luetkemeyer, J., Adams, T., Davis, J., Redmond, T., & Hash, P. (2020). Threads Of Practice: An A/R/Tographal Community Of Care (Poster). RECAPP 2020, The Office of Research. Appalachian State University, Boone, NC. NC Docks permission granted by author(s).
Language: English
Date: 2020
a/r/tographal, creativity, creative pedagogy

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