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Connecting analog annotations to digital literacy practices

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Presentation for the Society of Textual Studies at the University of Maryland, June 2017

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Connecting analog annotations to digital literacy practices

  1. 1. Amanda Licastro, PhD Assistant Professor of Digital Rhetoric Stevenson University @amandalicastro Connecting Analog Annotations to Digital Literacy Practices
  2. 2. “Those who read with pen in hand form a species nearly extinct. Those who read the marginal notes of readers past form a group even smaller. Yet when we write in antiphonal chorus to what we’re reading, we engage in that conversation time and distance otherwise make impossible.” William Logan, “Mrs. Custer’s Tennyson,” The New Criterion.
  3. 3. “...the notion of better understanding a text through others’ experience of it is arguably the foundational experience of most liberal arts classrooms…” Jason Jones, “There Are No New Directions in Annotations,” Web Writing.
  4. 4. Ryan Roche, sophomore student at Stevenson University
  5. 5. Amanda Licastro, PhD Assistant Professor of Digital Rhetoric Stevenson University @amandalicastro

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