Reading and Language Arts

Pawley Hall, Room 490A
456 Pioneer Drive
Rochester, MI 48309-4482
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(248) 370-3054

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Digital Literacies Learning

In addition to courses in literacy, language arts, and children's literature, the department offers courses focusing on digital literacies and their impact on learning and teaching. DLL courses are designed to develop both pedagogical and technical skills related to the application of digital technologies in support of classroom-based, hybrid, and online learning. Students enrolled in the MAT or PhD programs can apply DLL elective credits to build an area of specialization. Students interested in meeting certification requirements for professional development may also enroll in DLL courses without pursuing a graduate degree. If you are interested in learning more about our DLL offerings, contact the faculty member listed below for more information.

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490A Pawley Hall
(248) 370-3054