Digital Content Creation: Perceptions, Practices and Perspectives

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Overview

The formative role played by digital communication in knowledge-based societies is widely acknowledged. Not least, young people's rapid adoption of a variety of social software applications serves to challenge existing forms of communication for learning, since these innovations allow and assume users' own creation, sharing, and editing of content. This volume presents advanced research on digital content creation, its socio-cultural contexts, and educational consequences. In the midst of ubiquitous commercial hype about digital innovation, as well as policy concerns, the volume offers the sobering perspectives of theory-driven empirical research, in order to examine the complexities, highlight the nuances, and illuminate the pedagogical affordances of creative digital contents. This book brings together the work of an international group of scholars from a range of disciplines including media and ICT studies, education, psychology, anthropology, sociology, and cultural studies.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781433106965
  • Publisher: Lang, Peter Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/1/2010
  • Series: New Literacies and Digital Epistemologies
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Kirsten Drotner is Professor of Media Studies at the Institute of Literature, Culture, & Media Studies at the University of Southern Denmark and founding director of DREAM (Danish Research Centre on Education and Advanced Media Materials).

Kim Christian Schrøder is Professor of Communication in the Department of Communication, Business, and Information Technologies at Roskilde University, Denmark, and Division Chair for the COST project Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies.

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Table of Contents

List of Figures and Tables

Introduction: Digital Content Creation: Perceptions, Practices, and Perspectives Kim Christian Schrøder Schrøder, Kim Christian 1

I Digital Content Creation: Creative Processes and Textual Reappropriations

1 Designing for Collaborative Crossmedia Creation Jonas Lowgren Lowgren, Jonas 15

2 Wiki as Semiospheric Text: Students' Meaning-Making Practices as Authors and Consumers of Digital Ttexts Wilma Clark Clark, Wilma 37

3 Content in Motion: Remixing and Learning with Digital Mmedia Ola Erstad Erstad, Ola 57

4 Developing Crossmedia and Interactivity for Edutainment: Conclusions Drawn from "The Space Trainees" Project Annika Wiklund-Engblom Wiklund-Engblom, Annika 75

II Competence Formation through Digital Content Creation: Personal Voice or Commercial Coercion?

5 Where Money and Meanings Meet: Theorizing the Emergence of New Values in Media and Education John Hartley Hartley, John 91

6 Media Production and the Problem of Consumption Becky Herr-Stephenson 109

7 Creating a Digital Self: Impression Management and Impression Formation on Social Network Sites Nicole C. Kramer Kramer, Nicole C. 129

III Institutional Ramifications of Digital Content Creation for Learning

8 Digital Creativity: Editing versus Cheating and How You Learn the Difference Angela McFarlane McFarlane, Angela 149

9 Chat Interaction in Public and Commercial Domains Anette Grønning Grønning, Anette 167

10 Learning Space(s) Jenny Weight Weight, Jenny 187

IV Studying Digital Content Creation: New Methodological Challenges

11 Negotiating Perspective in Social Video Environments Mike Sharples Sharples, Mike 211

12 Design Strategies for Developing Mobile Collaborative Learning Platforms Daniel Spikol Spikol, Daniel 227

13 Digitally Mapping a Rhizome: Making Sense of Digital Content Creation Processes Jarkko Myllari Myllari, Jarkko 249

V Perspectives for Media Education in the Age of Digital Content Creation

14 Empowerment: The Real Challenge of Digital Iinclusion Norbert Wildermuth Wildermuth, Norbert 267

15 Do We Really Need Media Education 2.0? Teaching in the Age of Participatory Media David Buckingham Buckingham, David 287

Contributors 305

Index 311

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