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Electronic Collaboration in the Humanities: Issues and Options / Edition 1

Electronic Collaboration in the Humanities: Issues and Options / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9780805841473
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/01/2003
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 448
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

Contents: M. Vielstimmig, A Word to the Fore. J.A. Inman, C. Reed, P. Sands, Preface: Issues and Options for Electronic Collaboration in the Humanities: A Framework. Part I:Theories of Electronic Collaboration. S. Turkle, Collaborative Selves, Collaborative Worlds: Identity in the Information Age. J. Carlacio, What's So Democratic About CMC? The Rhetoric of Techno-Literacy in the New Millennium. R.J. Rickley, Computer-Mediated Communication as Reflective Rhetoric-in-Action: Dialogic Interaction, Technology, and Cross-Curricular Thinking. J.A. Inman, Electracy for the Ages: Collaboration With the Past and Future. R. Gajjala, A. Mamidipudi, Collaborating Across Contexts: Rethinking the Local and the Global, Theory and Practice. S. Tchudi, Response. Part II:Student Collaboration and Electronic Media. N. Knowles, M.W. Hennequin, New Technology, Newer Teachers: Computer Resources and Collaboration in Literature and Composition. M.E. Fakler, J.E. Perisse, Voices Merged in Collaborated Conversation: The Peer Critiquing Computer Project. A.L. Trupe, Reentry Women Students' Online Collaboration Patterns: Synchronous Conferencing in a Basic Writing Class. J.B. Paoletti, M.C. Sies, V. Jenkins, Using a Virtual Museum for Collaborative Teaching, Research, and Service. D.S. Corrigan, S.M. Gers, Across the Cyber Divide: Connecting Freshman Composition Students to the 21st Century. C.L. Prell, Web Writing and Service Learning: A Call for Training as a Final Deliverable. B. Freidheim, Response. Part III:Faculty Collaboration and Electronic Media. C. Reed, D.M. Formo, Writers Anomalous: Wiring Faculty Research. D.N. Sewell, What's in a Name? Defining Electronic Community. K. McComas, Cow Tale: A Story of Transformation in Two MOO Communities. C. Szylowicz, J. Kibbee, The Collaboration That Created the Kolb-Proust Archive: Humanities Scholarship, Computing, and the Library. T.L. Benson, Response. Part IV:Electronic Collaboration and the Future. T.A. Jackson, Imagining Future(s): Toward a Critical Pedagogy for Emerging Technologies. P.J. Morris, II, Critical and Dynamic Literacy in the Computer Classroom: Bridging the Gap Between School Literacy and Workplace Literacy. T. Fanderclai, Collaborative Research, Collaborative Thinking: Lessons From the Linux Community. P. Sands, Current and Future Research in the Production and Analysis of Electronic Text in the Humanities: Bridging Our Own "Two Cultures" With Integrated, Empirical Studies. J.C. Freeman, Imaging Florida: A Model Interdisciplinary Collaboration by the Florida Research Ensemble. R. Bass, Response. A.R. Gere, Afterword.

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