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9: Reading and Writing in the Digital Age
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- Examine the ways literary scholars are using new technologies to investigate literary works.
- Contrast the conventions of writing for the web with the conventions of typical research-paper writing.
- Review the process of creating a thematic research collection.
- Explore the uses of geospatial technology in understanding literary works.
- Develop a plan for a digital research project focusing on a specific literary work.
- 9.1: Literary Snapshot: "Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland"
- 9.2: Digital Literary Studies: An Overview
- 9.3: Writing for the Web: A Process Approach
- 9.4: Creating a Thematic Research Collection
- 9.5: Creating a Digital Timeline
- 9.6: Mapping a Text
- 9.7: Student Sample Paper: Maria Slusarek’s “’Mapping Melville’ Reflection”
- 9.8: Student Sample Digital Project: Maria Dzurik’s St. Augustine’s Confessions
- 9.9: End-of-Chapter Assessment
- 9.10: Suggestions for Further Reading