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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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Emily Smith

am a writer, editor, scholar, teacher, and designer with research interests in early modern poetry, print culture, and theology. 

After teaching high school for several years in Brooklyn, New York, I moved to Victoria, where I completed my MA in 2012 and co-founded The Media Res, an online publishing platform devoted to creative, scholarly, and fun cultural criticism. I currently edit The Media Res and work as an instructional designer at Rethink, an educational technology company in New York City that provides web-based curriculum, reporting tools, and video modeling for special educators.

I conduct friendly and professional correspondence via emilieanne|at|gmail|dot|com.  I also tweet @grimaldibus

My Contributions to this Book

Introduction to Workflow
Researching & Documenting
Searching & Browsing
Writing as Workflow
Ever-evolving Workflow
The Practice of Everyday Metadata
Itinerant Space in Bleak House
Over-determining Space
More on Metadata
Granulating and Carving E-Lit
Carving in Possibilities: Image
The Enduring Ephemeral in 'Carving in Possibilities'
UbuWeb: The Robin Hood of the Avant-Garde
Funding & Accessibility
Absurd & Academic
Tracing the Trace: Project Proposal
Rational & Audience
Lingering Questions
Imitation versus Mediation: Working in Online and Offline Space
Working in Online and Offline Space (2)
Working in Online and Offline Space (3)
Working in Online and Offline Space (4)
Working in Online and Offline Space (5)
Working in Online and Offline Space (6)
Working in Online and Offline Space (7)
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, Metadata, Review, Analysis, and Commentary. I was a graduate student in the "English 507: Digital Literary Studies" seminar at the University of Victoria, and I was a member of the analysis team for this book.

Author: Emily Smith
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