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Teaching and Learning Multimodal Communications

Alyssa Arbuckle, Alison Hedley, Shaun Macpherson, Alyssa McLeod, Jana Millar Usiskin, Daniel Powell, Jentery Sayers, Emily Smith, Michael Stevens, Authors
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Howl, Vancouver: An Experiment in Mapping a Poem onto a City

Howl, Vancouver

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Author: Alyssa Arbuckle
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A lot of the mapping exercise was a crash course in Google maps and spreadsheets. It was frustrating at times, as there was a lot of trial and error. After I finished the assignment, I had further issues with image-links changing and thus not showing on the map. Let's just say there was a fairly steep learning curve with this assignment! This assignment probably took the longest, and induced the most stress. But I was satisfied with the end result, and inspired by the affordances of mapping. Mapping geographically-oriented artifacts really calls for a conceptual shift and provokes a more creative or alternative way of presenting information.

Author: Alyssa Arbuckle
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Posted on 30 August 2012, 7:16 pm by Alyssa Arbuckle  |  Permalink

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