Category Archives: Digital Literacy

Posts about teaching and learning digital skills and issues.

Make session: Social Reading Toolkit

I propose to create an implementation toolkit for social reading.¬† I’d personally like to create a toolkit for academic libraries, but that’s open to the participants – we can make the toolkit as general or as specific as we need … Continue reading

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Talk Session Proposal: Interaction Traces: Reader, Interface, and the Social

I’d like to lead a conversation about the affordances of social reading environments and their implications for readers’ perception of texts, their authors, and their co-readers.¬† My interest in these questions draws from my research in computer-supported cooperative learning and … Continue reading

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In a session of less than 30 minutes, I can demonstrate and discuss: 1) e-enhanced literature (my own fiction on steroids), and 2) virtual-world interactive story settings¬†(same fiction presented via Second Life viewer). The first requires only a standard Web … Continue reading

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