"The Way We Think is Different": Digital Writing of Multilingual Students in a Hybrid First-Year Writing Class
The field of rhetoric and composition has demonstrated the need for a new approach toward online teaching to integrate digital realities in the classroom. This research traces four multilingual students? writing performances which shuttle between a traditional in-class setting and an online platform. This study investigates how transnational students perceive the online space of writing in a first-year writing course in order to illuminate pedagogical implications particularly to multilingual students in digital realities. In this ethnographic study, I trace and analyze four multilingual students' writing and literacy practices in writing classes.