Table of eContents for this ePortfolio
Foundational Research & Scholarship offers a few articles that have shaped thinking around the intersections of: 1) first year writing, digital culture, and audience; 2) ethnic+academic identity development.
Latin American and Latina/o Studies (LLS) features the multi-disciplinary department at John Jay College of Criminal Justice that is dedicated to in the areas of Latin America and the Caribbean, Latinas/os in the United States, and race and ethnicity in the United States. In the fall semester, ¡Adelante! students take a 100-level justice-focused, 3-credit, first year seminar with the LLS department that is paired with a first year writing course.
¡Adelante! Peer Mentoring introduces the mentoring approach of the program where undergraduate students take on the roles of friend, inspiration, tutor, and advisor for the first year students in the program.
ePort Highlights from the Writing Program collects a purposeful sampling of students' digital projects and ePortfolios from a first year writing class during the 2014-2015 schoolyear.
ePort Highlights from the ¡Adelante! Edge Program collects a purposeful sampling of students' digital projects and ePortfolios from the program's internship/professional development workshops during the 2014-2015 schoolyear.
Other Digital Projects by ¡Adelante! Students showcases three other major digital projects in students' first year: 1) students' individual digital stories from their English class; 2) a communal website collecting partnered digital stories (created in Latin@ and Latin American Studies classes) on contemporary social justice issues facing Latin@ communities; and 3) a selction of student publications in the spring 2015 issue of Digital Spectrum: Multimedia Essays & Projects from the First Year.