Creating Zines: Supporting Powerful Math Identities

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During a math camp, students created zines—small, self-published works—and reflected on what it means to be “smart” in math.

Contributor Notes

Joy A. Oslund, joslund@madonna.edu, is an assistant professor and coordinator of directed teaching at Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan. Her research areas include teacher knowledge and the use of group work to promote equal participation in math classes.

Joshua Barton, bartonjp@msu.edu, is a librarian serving as Head of Cataloging and Assistant Head of Technical Services at Michigan State University Libraries. He works with the libraries' zine collections and in multiple aspects of cataloging and metadata.

(Corresponding author is Oslund joslund@madonna.edu)
(Corresponding author is Barton bartonjp@msu.edu)
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