ERIC Number: ED512457
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2010
Reference Count: 0
Literary Education and Digital Learning: Methods and Technologies for Humanities Studies
van Peer, Willie, Ed.; Zyngier, Sonia, Ed.; Viana, Vander, Ed.
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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. This book 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. Chapters include: (1) Authorship Attribution and the Digital Humanities Curriculum (Patrick Juola); (2) Multivariate Analysis of Stance in Fiction (Lisa Opas-Hanninen); (3) Literary Onomastics and Language Technology (Lars Borin and Dimitrios Kokkinakis); (4) Collocation as Instrumentation for Meaning (Bill Louw); (5) tEXtMACHINA (Stefan Hofer, Rene Bauer and Imre Hofmann); (6) Plays Well With Others (Jon Saklofske); and (7) Teaching Shakespeare in the Elementary School through Dramatic Activity, Play Production, and Technology (William Heller).
Descriptors: Humanities Instruction, Electronic Learning, Educational Practices, Authors, Fiction, Educational Technology, Teaching Methods, Multivariate Analysis, Elementary School Curriculum, Research Methodology, Drama, Humanities, Dramatics
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