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  • 1. Online Publishing prof. Frederik Truyen Sara Roegiers
  • 2. Online Publishing:
    • Faculty of Arts & Literature,
    • MA Cultural Studies,
    • 6 ECTS,
    • 1 semester,
    • 45 students
  • 3. Web Design & New Media theory
    • the Web is the Learning Environment
    • hands-on:
      • blog software, wiki, web authoring tools, image software
    • theory
      • critical reflection on the affordances of digital media
  • 4. Digital Literacy?
    • Henry Jenkins:
    • The new literacies involve social skills developed through collaboration and networking.
    • These skills build on the foundation of traditional literacy, research skills, technical skills, and critical analysis skills.
    Confronting the challenges of participatory culture: Media education for the 21st century. Building the new field of digital media and learning. H Jenkins e.a.
  • 5. New skills
    • Play
      • problem-solving through experimentation
    • Appropriation
      • meaningfully sample and remix media content
    • Collective intelligence
      • pool knowledge and compare notes
    • Transmedia Navigation
      • follow stories and information accross multiple modalities
    Confronting the challenges of participatory culture: Media education for the 21st century. Building the new field of digital media and learning. H Jenkins e.a.
  • 6. Technology
    • Campus-wide Virtual Learning Environment “Toledo”
      • class hours
      • digital drop box
    • Course web site: www.maerlant.be/opsite
      • schedule, resources, assignments
    • Blog: blog.kuleuven.be/sararoegiers
      • communication
      • student portfolio’s
    • Ning:
      • social software
    • Wiki: wiki.kuleuven.be/onlinepublishing
      • assignment: analyse a web site
  • 7. Course “administration”
  • 8. Web Site http://www.maerlant.be/opsite/schedule.html
  • 9. Blog http://blog.kuleuven.be/sararoegiers/
  • 10. Wiki
  • 11. Ning
  • 12. Books
    • Henry Jenkins, Convergence Culture
    • David Weinberger, Everything is Miscellaneous
    • Williams & Tollet, The Non-Designer's Web Book
  • 13. You
    • are comfortable with English manuals and academic language
    • are curious, critical and willing to go find the information you need accross different media
    • avoid cliché and complete assignments in interesting and unusual ways
    • are willing to share your skills and research outcomes with the group
    • RTM (Read The Manual)
  • 14. FAQ
    • Can I join this course later in the semester? (ask)
    • Can I make my site in Flash? (no)
    • Can I work with other web design software than DW? (yes)
    • Can I do the group assignment on my own? (no)
    • Can I submit a Word doc even though you asked a PDF / wiki page / blog post? (no)
    • Can I skip class? (ask)
    • Can I miss a deadline? (no)
    • Can I do that assignment in a way that fits my research interests? (yes please)