We know very little about the multiple reading and writing practices in which youth intensively and freely participate in their everyday life after high school, in online and offline contexts. What do teenagers do when they are **online**? What do they learn about texts, reading, writing and communicatin? In what sense is this informal learning relevant or meaningful for the academic learning inside the classrooms? This research starts with the above questions in order to explore the impact that academic literacies have on youth social networks, specifically on facebook and blogs.
|Title of host publication||Facing Humanities: current perspectives from young researchers|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|