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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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Woolf Online - Conclusions

Arising in part from his work on "Time Passes," Shillingsburg's 2009 Digital Humanities Quarterly article on digital editions advocates a movement toward "knowledge sites" and suggests that, "To be collaborative, the contributions of each scholar should be made up of modular components, connectable, and extendible, such that the parts can be enhanced, repaired or replaced without damaging the network that comprises the whole—whatever it is that the whole turns out to be." While we can see the beginnings of this model in Woolf Online, I look forward to seeing how the Loyola team uses their experience with "Time Passes" in their future work on To The Lighthouse.

Author: Jana Millar Usiskin
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