The Digital Media Project supports teaching and research in Digital Media Studies by centrally locating state of the art technology and expertise for teachers, students, and scholars in the Department of English.
Our purpose is to lead in the sustained re-imagining of teaching, learning, and research across a variety of areas in English studies including: rhetoric/composition/literacy, literature, film, folklore, narrative theory, critical theory, creative writing, and disability studies.
The aim of the DMP is to continually re-examine and re-imagine new forms of composing, literacy, and communication in the creation of knowledge in scholarly endeavors and learning environments.
Until further notice, the DMP is operating remotely due to COVID-19. If you have inquiries or would like assistance with digital media work in the Department of English, please contact us at email@example.com.
DMP Manager: Elizabeth Falter
The Ohio State University’s Department of English and the Digital Media Project are proud to host 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.