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403 books & tech i


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403 books & tech i

  1. 1. Hypertexts <br />Books and Technology Part I<br />
  2. 2. Books, Media & The Internet: Foreword<br />The feel of a real book<br />Have you ever used an eBook?<br />“Google” as noun and verb…<br />Breaking the barrier between book and screen<br />
  3. 3. Books, Media & The Internet: Chapter 1<br />Porousness<br />Writing/Speaking<br />Chatting, IM, Texting<br />Viewing/Writing<br />Commenting. Fan Forums, Parody<br />
  4. 4. Books, Media & The Internet: Chapter 1<br />Hybridity<br />Machinima<br />Patchwork Girl – Shelley Jackson, 1995!!<br />Books with components<br />Letters, Hidden documents, etc.<br />Treasure Hunt?<br />Treasure’s Trove<br />
  5. 5. Books, Media & The Internet: Chapter 15<br />Grading in the digital classroom<br />Decision Making and Composition<br />Peer Feedback Possibilities<br />Group Project:<br />Interactive Assessment Ideas<br />
  6. 6. Books, Media & The Internet: Chapter 16<br />Is technology frightening to us as teachers?<br />The “Gregory Peck” problem.<br />The 3 types of digital and print relationships: <br />Augmented literary texts<br />Online resources<br />Recontextualized literary texts<br />Animated, presented in audio, etc. <br /><br />Originated literary texts<br />Digital only, hypertext, etc.<br />
  7. 7. Books, Media & The Internet: Chapter 16<br />Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants<br />
  8. 8. Next Time<br />Books & Tech Part II<br />Ch. 3, Ch. 6 & Ch. 13 of the Peterson book<br />We’ll do a sample of the Hypertext project to help you<br />Awesome video about a really cool way to bring tech to the literary classroom<br />Fun group activity!!!<br />