Hacking Narratives  Collaborative Storytelling
Who Gets to Write History? Who Gets to Speak?Blurring Fictional/Non-Fictional Worlds
From Ethno-Fictions, to Ethno-Performatives:History as a Possible World: Authors and Authorities Challenged
Counter Narratives and Alternative Voices
Gender Trouble
The Benefits of Serious Play
Remix and Social Media Fall 2011Remix and Social Media Spring 2012               Vicki Callahan   USC Institute for Multim...
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Vicki Callahan: Hacking the Classroom

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This slideshow, originally done for the 2012 Computers and Writing conference, in a series of lightning round talks, is now being revised for publication.

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Vicki Callahan: Hacking the Classroom

  1. 1. Hacking Narratives Collaborative Storytelling
  2. 2. Who Gets to Write History? Who Gets to Speak?Blurring Fictional/Non-Fictional Worlds
  3. 3. From Ethno-Fictions, to Ethno-Performatives:History as a Possible World: Authors and Authorities Challenged
  4. 4. Counter Narratives and Alternative Voices
  5. 5. Gender Trouble
  6. 6. The Benefits of Serious Play
  7. 7. Remix and Social Media Fall 2011Remix and Social Media Spring 2012 Vicki Callahan USC Institute for Multimedia Literacy Twitter: @vacall http://djzoetrop.tumblr.com/

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