PathfindersMain MenuIntroduction to PathfindersAn introduction to Pathfinders with detailed information about the projectJudy Malloy's Uncle RogerJudy Malloy's Opening PageJohn McDaid's Uncle Buddy's Phantom FunhouseJohn McDaid's opening page for Uncle Buddy's Phantom FunhouseShelley Jackson's Patchwork GirlThis is the opening page of the Jackson Reading Path for Patchwork GirlBill Bly's We DescendBill Bly's opening pageTraversals and Interviews DocumentationThe documentation used for the traversals and InterviewsAuthors' and Contributors' BiosThe bios of those who authored and produced PathfindersReferences and For Further ReadingBooks, essays, and non-print media informing PathfindersDene Grigarae403ae38ea2a2cccdec0313e11579da14c92f28Stuart Moulthrop9c9acb26cbb23cd18ff78c8d37fb155e3ea862a5Nouspace Publications | Washington State University Vancouver
Reader traversal of Uncle Buddy's Phantom Funhouse
12015-05-03T09:16:52-07:00Dene Grigarae403ae38ea2a2cccdec0313e11579da14c92f2830412Rebecca Johnson preparing to give a traversal of John McDaid's "Uncle Buddy's Phantom Funhouse"plain2015-05-29T15:27:29-07:00Madeleine Brookman793490c7e41f4e0efe523b50970c1632a02f214b
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12015-05-03T09:01:52-07:00Readers' Traversal Protocol6The document provided to readers in preparation of their traversalsplain2015-05-31T10:05:39-07:00
This document, produced on June 10, 2013, was sent in advance to all readers to help them prepare for their traversals. Since most readers were unfamiliar with the artists, works, early digital literature, and hypertext, we also reviewed the document with the reader on the day of his or her traversal. We also spoke to readers by phone about the protocol in order to further explain the process.
a. Author may be present but should not speak
b. PIs will give some general guidance about system and hardware
c. Reader should start with initial help or information file/lexia, if such exists.
Reader does not have to read aloud the text of each lexia. However, s/he should do the following:
a. Announce the link or interface feature s/he is using for the transition
b. Reflect briefly on the progress of the narrative (or experience) (Where are you? Where do you think you're going…?)
c. Reader should verbalize questions, but PIs will answer only in case of malfunction
d. Reader sets pace; can go as slowly or quickly as desired
e. Reader may quit traversal at any point; we may require up to three attempts, if traversal seems short; aiming at 20 minutes of activity total