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  • James Law, David Barny, and Rachel Poulin. “Patterns of peer interaction in multimodal L2 digital social reading” Language Learning & Technology Vol. 24 Iss. 2 (2020) p. 70-85 (Available here)
  • Joshua J. Thoms and Frederick Poole. “Exploring digital literacy practices via L2 social reading” L2 Journal Vol. 10 Iss. 2 (2018) p. 36 – 61 (Available here)
  • Kristen Michelson and Beatrice Dupuy.Teacher learning under co-construction: Affordances of digital social annotated reading” Alsic Vol. 21 (2018) (Available here)
  • Joshua J. Thoms and Frederick Poole. “Investigating linguistic, literary, and social affordances of L2 collaborative reading” Language Learning & Technology Vol. 21 Iss. 2 (2017) p. 139 – 156 (Available here)
  • Joshua J. Thoms, Ko-Yin Sung and Frederick Poole. “Investigating the linguistic and pedagogical affordances of an L2 open reading environment via eComma: An exploratory study in a Chinese language course” System Vol. 69 (2017) p. 38 – 53 (Available here)
  • Visconti, Amanda. “’How Can You Love a Work If You Don’t Know It?’: Critical Code and Design toward Participatory Digital Editions.” Dissertation from the University of Maryland, 2015. (Available here)