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Today's popularization of modern technologies has allowed literature specialists to access an array of new opportunities in the digital medium, which have brought about an equal number of challenges and questions.
Literary Education and Digital Learning: Methods and Technologies for Humanities Studies provides insight into the most relevant issues in literary education and digital learning. This unique reference fills a gap in literature teaching, covering literary aspects both from educational and research perspectives.
Foreword: Lost and Found in the Reading Machine Michael Toolan x
Section 1 Research
Chapter 1 Authorship Attribution and the Digital Humanities Curriculum Patrick Juola 1
Chapter 2 Multivariate Analysis of Stance in Fiction: A Case Study Lisa Lena Opas-Hänninen 22
Chapter 3 Literary Onomastics and Language Technology Lars Borin Dimitrios Kokkinakis 53
Chapter 4 Collocation as Instrumentation for Meaning: A Scientific Fact Bill Louw 79
Section 2 Education
Chapter 5 tEXtMACHINA: Or How to Account for the Methodological Particularities of the Humanities in the E-Learning Field Stefan Hofer Renée Bauer Imre Hofmann 102
Chapter 6 Plays Well with Others: The Value of Developing Multiplayer Digital Gamespaces for Literary Education Jon Saklofske 130
Chapter 7 Teaching Shakespeare in the Elementary School through Dramatic Activity, Play Production, and Technology: A Case Study William L. Heller 157
Afterword: Reading through the Machine David S. Miall 187
Compilation of References 199
About the Contributors 215