Archive for September, 2007
Day two (started this nearly a month ago – but this is day two of when I’ve been able to put any work into it).
07-3FQS 8(3) Natalia Rybas & Radhika Gajjala: Developing Cyberethnographic Research Methods for Understanding Digitally Mediated Identities
What does it mean to “write” in digital environments – using digital tools?
As we discussed yesterday in the Web 2.0 learning community – sci fi is “written” through computer games, video games, machinima, secondlife communities…
Forms of visual and aural articulations produced online are infact narratives – we know this.
So when genres of writing, music and film merge at the computer interface – what are we “writing” and how do we teach skills of “reading” in this environment?
Does this make traditional writing redundant – no! We still have to write – so why are we creating the illusion for our students that they wont have to write?
Posted Nov 10, 2006
An ancient way of weaving may be since 500bc is simple technology of weaving. Only two paddles made of wooden plank moved by legs to change or shift warp, so can fill weft into warp.
Chapter 1. Contact
Troubled Islands -
writings on the indigeneous peoples and environment of the Andaman
and Nicobar Islands
2003, published jointly by the two Indian environmental
organisations ALPRAVIKSH, Pune, and LEAD, New Delhi
pages i-viii, 1-90, including bibliography, priced at USD10.00
soft cover 14 x 21.5 cm (5-1/2 x 8-1/4 in)
there is no ISBN number
If you cannot get the book through the ordinary international book
trade, write to the auhor:
Mr. Pankaj Sekhsaria
Apt. 5, Sri Dutta Krupa, 908
Tel. 020/5654239, E.mail firstname.lastname@example.org
or from LEAD through their web-site: www.leadindia.org