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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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Jana Millar Usiskin

I am a graduate student in English at the University of Victoria, working on Canadian national identity, modernisms, and the digital humanities. My final project is now a scholarly exhibit that uses the Scalar platform to showcase the archival material of Canadian poet and writer Audrey Alexandra Brown.

You can email me at and find me on Twitter @jana_mu.

My Contributions to this Book

The Metadata of A Digital Archive     
Struggling with the Fields
Lingering Questions
Star Wars, One Letter at a Time
Forensic Analysis and the Ephemeral
Formal Analysis in the Absence of Context
Remapping Vancouver
Review: Woolf Online
Accessing Materials
Project Goals
Imitation versus Mediation: Working in Online and Offline 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: Granulation, Review, Proposal, and Analysis. 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.

Author: Jana Millar Usiskin
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