Digitally Lit is a youth engagement strategy aimed
at bridging literary and digital practices with
Atlantic Canadian youth.
Explore the current books chosen by our young Atlantic Canadian participants.
Interested in taking part in Digitally Lit?
Learn how you can get involved.
ATLANTIC CANADIAN YOUTH READ
A YOUTH ENGAGEMENT STRATEGY
Digitally Lit aims to empower young Atlantic Canadians by making connections between locally published texts and online spaces. We value our sense of place, critical thinking, and creativity as essentials in our world today, as well as explore the literacy best practices of this region’s digital natives.
Meet our superstar readers and researchers.
Discover which books our Digitally Lit youth participants are choosing and sharing - and why.
Your questions, answered!
Take our survey to help us understand digital and literacy practices of Atlantic Canadian youth.
Find a sampling of great suggestions of books published in Atlantic Canada.
We care about building an inclusive and equitable community.
FEATURED YOUTH READS AND RESEARCH
Authors Lisa Harrington (left) and Daphne Greer (right) were pleased to learn that their books have been selected to be read by our youngest Youth Ambassador Molly Powers .
Me & Mr. Bell was chosen by Jessica, one of our Nova Scotian Youth Ambassadors, to be read as part of our Digitally Lit strategy!
Youth Ambassador Lauren chose Susie Taylor's Even Weirder Than Before as her first book to read for Digitally Lit!
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Want to know more about who is involved behind the scenes at Digitally Lit?
Click on the partner logos to visit the websites of participating Atlantic Canadian publishers, or visit our Community Partners page for a brief overview.
Digitally Lit is made possible through funding from the Canada Council of Arts' Digital Strategy Fund.
This pilot strategy
is guided by Marc Fournel,
Program Officer, Digital Strategy Fund, Canada Council for the Arts.
Digitally Lit is managed by an independent team of consultants with a shared passion for literacy and Atlantic Canada - learn more about them here!
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