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Writing and digital media

Author: L van Waes; Mariëlle Leijten; Christine M Neuwirth
Publisher: Amsterdam ; London : Elsevier, 2006.
Series: Studies in writing.
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This indispensible volume reviews outstanding European, American and Australian research in the cognitive, social and cultural implications of writing for digital media. It addresses writing modes  Read more...

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Writing and digital media.
Amsterdam ; London : Elsevier, 2006
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: L van Waes; Mariëlle Leijten; Christine M Neuwirth
ISBN: 9780080448633 0080448631
OCLC Number: 63187029
Description: xiii, 366 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Assistive technology for writing : tools for struggling writers / Charles MacArthur --
Young writers and digital scribes / Thomas Quinlan --
Repair strategies in writing with speech recognition : the effect of experience with classical dictating / Mariëlle Leijten and Luuk Van Waes --
Learning to write in the information age : a case study of schoolchildren's writing in Sweden / Ylva Hård af Segerstad and Sylvana Sofkova Hashemi --
Lucidity and negotiated meaning in internet chat / Rivka Niesten and Roland Sussex --
Knowledge acquisition by designing hypervideos : different roles of writing during courses of "new" media production / Elmar Stahl [and others] --
Web analysis tools based on InfoScent[superscript TM] : how cognitive modelling explain reader navigational decisions / Ed H. Chi --
Automated web site evaluation tools : implications for writers / Melody Y. Ivory --
Mining textual knowledge for writing education and research : the DocuScope project / David Kaufer [and others] --
Visualizing patterns of annotation in document-centered collaboration on the web / Henrry Rodriguez and Kerstin Severinson Eklundh --
Online study of word spelling production in children's writing / Jean Noël Foulin and Lucile Changquoy --
Digital tools for the recording, the logging and the analysis of writing processes. Introduction, overview and framework / Kirk P.H. Sullivan and Eva Lindgren ; Logging writing processes with Inputlog / Luuk Van Waes and Mariëlle Leitjen ; Combining keystroke logging with eye-tracking / Bodil Andersson [and others] ; Progression analysis : an ethnographic, computer-based multi-method approach to investigate natural writing processes / Daniel Perrin ; CAMTASIA and CATMOVIE : two digital tools for observing, documenting and analysing writing processes of university students / Marion Degenhardt --
Tools, language technology and communication in computer assisted language learning / Petter Karlström, Teresa Cerratto Pargman and Robert Ramberg --
Rethinking instructional metaphors for web-based writing environments / Mike Palmquist --
Approaching the skills of writing / Per Henning Uppstad and Åse Kari Hansen Wagner --
Bilingual literacy and a modern digital divide / Sarah Ransdell [and others] --
Literacies and the complexities of the global digital divide / Cynthia L. Selfe [and others] --
Proposal for a monument to lost data / Barry Mauer.
Series Title: Studies in writing.
Responsibility: edited by Luuk van Waes, Mariëlle Leijten and Christine M. Neuwirth.
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All in all, the book, edited by van Waes, Leijten, and Neuwirth, demonstrates a well-designed interplay between scholarship, research, and teaching in two areasWriting and Digital Media. Both seem Read more...

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