The Digital Writing Studio is a media lab meant to support digital writing projects. Our consultants can offer design guidance for the creation of multimedia texts like websites, ePortfolios, presentations, blogs, wikis, posters, photo essays, smartphone apps, and more. Both students and faculty in the English Department can use the Digital Writing Studio to support their multimedia work. One-on-one or small group tutoring appointments are also available.
Senior Instructor/DWS Director
As the Director of the Digital Writing Studio, I am here to help support faculty in planning and designing digital writing assignments. I have been teaching in FIU’s Writing Program since I was a graduate Linguistics student in 2009, and I have been a full time instructor since 2011. I teach various digital projects in my Writing/Rhetoric and Linguistics courses — e-portfolios, video interviews, blogs – where I emphasize rhetorically-minded design that allows students to critically examine the genre, media, and audience for their projects.
I am currently a senior at FIU pursuing a Bachelor’s in the Creative Writing track in English, and also earning certificates in Professional and Public writing and in Film studies. Throughout my time at FIU I have developed an understanding of rhetoric and remediation, and look forward to working with students.
Hello there! I am currently pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in English with a track in Writing and Rhetoric as well as a minor in Computer Science. My experience with digital accessories varies from creating my own website with blog posts, to a more formal business site, and the renowned PowerPoint and Prezi experiences. In being a Digital Writing Studio Consultant for FIU, I am looking to expand as well as aid students in their digital knowledge and ability to produce content on the web.
More about the DWS
The Digital Writing Studio: Helping students with new media, by John Konapelsky for CASE News
Designing Small Spaces: A Case Study of the Florida International University Digital Writing Studio, by former DWS Director Ben Lauren
Three lessons from the bear in a flock of birds, by former DWS intern Cristina Garcia