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Author Waes, Luuk Van
Title Writing and Digital Media
Imprint Amsterdam : BRILL, 2006
©2006
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (381 pages)
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computer c rdamedia
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Series Studies in Writing Ser. ; v.17
Studies in Writing Ser
Note Cover -- Writing and Digital Media -- Contents -- Contributors -- Introduction -- Section I: Writing Modes and Writing Environments -- Assistive Technology for Writing: Tools for Struggling Writers -- Young Writers and Digital Scribes -- Repair Strategies in Writing with Speech Recognition: The Effect of Experience with Classical Dictating -- Section II: Writing and Communication -- Learning to Write in the Information Age: A Case Study of Schoolchildren's Writing in Sweden -- Ludicity and Negotiated Meaning in Internet Chat -- Knowledge Acquisition by Designing Hypervideos: Different Roles of Writing during Courses of NewŽ Media Production -- Section III: Digital Tools for Writing Research -- Web Analysis Tools Based on InfoScent': How Cognitive Modelling Explain Reader Navigational Decisions -- Automated Web Site Evaluation Tools: Implications for Writers -- Mining Textual Knowledge for Writing Education and Research: The DocuScope Project -- Visualizing Patterns of Annotation in Document-Centered Collaboration on the Web -- Online Study of Word Spelling Production in Children's Writing -- Digital Tools for the Recording, the Logging and the Analysis of Writing Processes -- Introduction, Overview and Framework -- Logging Writing Processes with Inputlog -- Combining Keystroke Logging with Eye-Tracking -- Progression Analysis: An Ethnographic, Computer-Based Multi-Method Approach to Investigate Natural Writing Processes -- CAMTASIA and CATMOVIE: Two Digital Tools for Observing, Documenting and Analysing Writing Processes of University Students -- Section IV:Writing in Online Educational Environments -- Tools, Language Technology and Communication in Computer Assisted Language Learning -- Rethinking Instructional Metaphors for Web-Based Writing Environments -- Approaching the Skills of Writing
Section V: Social and Philosophical Aspects of Writing and Digital Media -- Bilingual Literacy and a Modern Digital Divide -- Literacies and the Complexities of the Global Digital Divide -- Proposal for a Monument to Lost Data -- References -- Author Index -- Subject Index -- Previously Published Titles in this Series
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 and environments, writing and communication, digital tools for writing research, online educational environments, and social and philosophical aspects
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Waes, Luuk Van Writing and Digital Media Amsterdam : BRILL,c2006 9780080448633
Subject Written communication -- Data processing.;Authorship -- Data processing
Electronic books
Alt Author Leijten, Marielle
Neuwirth, Christophe
Rijlaarsdam, Gert
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