I will be attending my first MLA convention in style, presenting on a panel led by Mark Sample and speaking with a distinguished panel of e-lit and DH scholars. Here’s a link to the accepted proposal and here’s another to my presentation titled “Liberating Flash: The Case of Remixworx and Dreaming Methods.”
I have been using Prezi recently for my presentations and thought I’d share a link to them, for those interested in different ways of using this tool.
My contribution to the ELMCIP: Remediating the Social conference has been published in the conference proceedings. A PDF of the publication is now available online at http://www.elmcip.net/story/remediating-social-e-book-released. To even get to participate at this highly selective conference is an honor, because it went thorough peer-review process. My final revision was submitted in June 2012. You… Continue reading “Authorial Scholarship 2.0: Tracing the Creative Process in Online Communities”
Presentation Handouts & Slideshows: Digital Humanities: El NEH, el RUM y las Humanidades Digitales New Media and the Digital Humanities Educational Technologies: Google Calendar y los calendarios compartidos de Artes y Ciencias Google Apps para principiantes(versión administrativa) Google Apps para principiantes (versión facultad) Google Apps Intermedio: Creando Espacios de Trabajo en la Red Seguridad para… Continue reading Selected Presentation Materials (2008-2011)
Here’s the slideshow to my presentation at the First International Conference on Electronic Literature and Virtual Art (ELVA) at the Instituto Franklin in Alcalá de Henares.
Digital media is slowly transforming the way we read, write, and study literature, and literary studies need to embrace that which is native to digital media in order to stay relevant in an increasingly post-literate world. The study of electronic literature thrives mainly in the margins of the discipline, in specialized journals and in highly… Continue reading Literary Scholarship 2.0: Reinventing Traditional Critical Practices for the Digital Age