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Teaching literature at a distance : open, online and blended learning / edited by Takis Kayalis and Anastasia Natsina.

Contributor(s): Kayalis, Takis | Natsina, Anastasia, 1975-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London ; New York, NY : Continuum International Pub. Group, c2010Description: xiii, 204 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781441129611 (pbk.); 0826427030; 9780826427038.Subject(s): Educational technology | Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- Technological innovations | Literature -- Study and teaching -- Technological innovations | Web-based instructionDDC classification: 807.85 Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Table of contents only | Publisher description | Worldcat details | E-book Fulltext
Contents:
Tendencies and stakes of literary studies in European open and distance learning universities / Anastasia Natsina -- Teaching first-year students in open and distance education: aims and methods / Ellie Chambers -- Masters-level study in literature at the Open University: pedagogic challenges and solutions / W.R. Owens -- Decolonizing the distance curriculum / Dennis Walder -- The need for a community: a case for world literature in open and distance learning / Takis Kayalis -- Delivering literary studies in the twenty-first century: the relevance of online pedagogies / Kris L. Blair -- Digital pedagogy: taming the palantíri / Ian Lancashire -- Teaching literature in a virtual campus: uses of hypertext / Laura Borràs-Castanyer -- From passive to active voices: technology, community, and literary studies / Louis Marshall and Will Slocombe -- Using technology to overcome cultural restrictions: a case study of teaching English literature online to Arab students / Ayesha Heble -- Literature in digital culture: pedagogical possibilities / Raine Koskimaa -- Teaching poetry with new media / Rui Torres -- Metamedievalism, videogaming, and teaching medieval literature in the digital age / Daniel T. Kline -- From virtuality to actuality: representations and enactments of critical theory on the world wide web / Anastasia Natsina and Takis Kayalis -- HyperCities: building a Web 2.0 learning platform / Todd Samuel Presner -- Affect and narrative encoding: the problematics of representing and teaching Yanyuwa narratives in cyberspace / John Bradley and Frances Devlin-Glass. Table of contents
Summary: This volume examines the challenges and potentials of teaching literature at Open and Virtual Universities in a wide range of national, cultural and linguistic contexts.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Tendencies and stakes of literary studies in European open and distance learning universities / Anastasia Natsina -- Teaching first-year students in open and distance education: aims and methods / Ellie Chambers -- Masters-level study in literature at the Open University: pedagogic challenges and solutions / W.R. Owens -- Decolonizing the distance curriculum / Dennis Walder -- The need for a community: a case for world literature in open and distance learning / Takis Kayalis -- Delivering literary studies in the twenty-first century: the relevance of online pedagogies / Kris L. Blair -- Digital pedagogy: taming the palantíri / Ian Lancashire -- Teaching literature in a virtual campus: uses of hypertext / Laura Borràs-Castanyer -- From passive to active voices: technology, community, and literary studies / Louis Marshall and Will Slocombe -- Using technology to overcome cultural restrictions: a case study of teaching English literature online to Arab students / Ayesha Heble -- Literature in digital culture: pedagogical possibilities / Raine Koskimaa -- Teaching poetry with new media / Rui Torres -- Metamedievalism, videogaming, and teaching medieval literature in the digital age / Daniel T. Kline -- From virtuality to actuality: representations and enactments of critical theory on the world wide web / Anastasia Natsina and Takis Kayalis -- HyperCities: building a Web 2.0 learning platform / Todd Samuel Presner -- Affect and narrative encoding: the problematics of representing and teaching Yanyuwa narratives in cyberspace / John Bradley and Frances Devlin-Glass. Table of contents

This volume examines the challenges and potentials of teaching literature at Open and Virtual Universities in a wide range of national, cultural and linguistic contexts.

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