Topics in the Digital Humanities: Electronic Literature

Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 12:00am to Thursday, June 23, 2016 - 12:00am

I am teaching an Electronic Literature workshop in Winona, MN.  My two goals are to help develop a regional network of scholars interested in teaching, studying, creating, and preserving electronic literature and to develop resources for digital humanities that can serve teachers in the state.    

From the website:

This three-day course provides a quick introduction to the genres, pedagogy, resources, and creative tools for the Electronic Literature classroom.  Participants will explore Hypertext Fiction, Kinetic Poetry, Literary Games, Netprov, Generative Texts, and other forms of experimental writing in digital media.  Participants will learn about a wide range of open-source database tools, digital anthologies, and critical resources for use in their own classrooms, collections, and research...  This course is ideal for K-20 educators, librarians, artists, and anyone who is curious about this vibrant field. 



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