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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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Alyssa McLeod

I am a graduate of the Master's program in English and Medieval and Early Modern Studies at the University of Victoria and an alumni research assistant of the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab under Dr. Ray Siemens. My own research looks at ways to digitally model the expansive nature of time and space in fourteenth-century alliterative Middle English poetry.

You can reach me at alyssa.a.mcleod(at)gmail(dot)com, and I tweet from @alyssa_a_mcleod.

My Contributions to this Book

A Medievalist in Action: A Screencast
"Plaintext Performance" by Bjørn Magnhildøen
Plaintext Performance: Media Types
Plaintext Performance: Formal and Forensic Materialities
Plaintext Performance: Media Relations
Building our City: The Construction of the Yonge Street line, 1949-1950
A Roundtable Presentation on the Implications of Building and Speculating on Objects in Digital Space
Digital Objects as Objects: The Illusion of Immateriality
Digital Objects as Objects: Chun’s “Enduring Ephemeral”
Digital Objects as Objects: The Problem of Metadata
Digital Objects as Objects: Objects Lost and Found
Building as Writing: Writing as Building
Building as Writing: Outsourcing Scholarship
Building as Writing: Building as Research
Building as Writing: Digital Literacy
Building as Writing: Challenging the Textual Bias
Designerly Engagement: Shifting Modes of Scholarship
Designerly Engagement: Navigation Etiquette
Designerly Engagement: Navigation Beyond the Class
Designerly Engagement: Communicating Critical Reflection
Workflow as Tacit Knowledge: Perpetually in Beta?

My contributions can be found in the following paths of this book: Workflow, Review, Map, Roundtable, Analysis, and Commentary. I was a graduate student in the "English 507: Digital Literary Studies" seminar at the University of Victoria, and I was also a contributing member of the analysis team for this book.

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