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Literary education and digital learning : methods and technologies for humanities studies

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Information Science Reference, Hershey, Pa., p.223 (2010)

Call Number:

Cubb PN56 .I64 L57 2010

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8694953

Keywords:

Literature and the Internet, Literature--Computer network resources, Literature--Research--Data processing, Literature--Study and teaching--Technological innovations, Web-based instruction

Abstract:

Contents: Foreword : lost and found in the reading machine / Michael Toolan -- Authorship attribution and the digital humanities curriculum / Patrick Juola -- Multivariate analysis of stance in fiction : a case study / Lisa Lena Opas-Hänninen -- Literary onomastics and language technology / Lars Borin, Dimitrios Kokkinakis -- Collocation as instrumentation for meaning : a scientific fact / Bill Louw -- tEXtMACHINA, or, how to account for the methodological particularities of the humanities in the e-learning field / Stefan Hofer, René Bauer, Imre Hofmann -- Plays well with others : the value of developing multiplayer digital gamespaces for literary education / Jon Saklofske -- Teaching Shakespeare in the elementary school through dramatic activity, play production, and technology : a case study / William L. Heller -- Afterword : reading through the machine / David S. Miall.

Publication Language:

eng