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Further Reading

 

Barrett, H. C.  (2006).  Portfolios and digital storytelling. http://electronicportfolios.org/digistory/purposes.html

 

Braaksma, M. A. H., Rijlaarsdam, G., Couzijn, M., & Van den Bergh, H. (2002). Learning to compose hypertext and linear text: Transfer or interference? In R. Bromme & E. Stahl (Eds.), Writing hypertext and learning: Conceptual and empirical approaches (pp. 15-38). London: Elsevier Science.

 

Bull, G., & Kajder, S. (2004). Digital storytelling in the language arts classroom. Learning and Leading with Technology, 32(4), 46-49.

 

Center for Digital Storytelling. (2005). Digital storytelling. Retrieved November 2, 2006, from http://www.storycenter.org

 

Council of Writing Program Administrators. Defining and avoiding plagiarism: The wpa statement on best practices. Retrieved September 3, 2006, from http://wpacouncil.org/node/9

 

Davis, A. (2004). Co-authoring identity: Digital storytelling in an urban middle school. Then, 1(1). Retrieved August 24, 2006 from http://thenjournal.org/feature/61/

 

Dedman, J. & Paul, J.  (2006).  Videoblogging. Indianapolis, IN: Wiley Publishing.

 

Hartley, J., & McWilliam, E.  (Eds.)  (2009). Story circle: Digital storytelling around the world.  Wiley-Blackwell.  

 

Hasselbacher, S.  (2007).  Take a field trip without leaving the classroom: Museums, zoos, and interactive videoconferencing.  Multimedia & Internet @ Schools.

http://www.mmischools.com/Articles/ReadArticle.aspx?ArticleID=12904

 

Hathorn, P. (2005). Using digital storytelling as a literacy tool for the inner-city school youth. The Charter Schools Resource Journal, 1(1).

Available: http://www.ehhs.cmich.edu/%7Ednewby/article.htm

 

Harris, R. A.  (2005).  Using Sources Effectively: Strengthening Your Writing and Avoiding Plagiarism, 2nd ed.  Los Angeles: Pyrczak Publishing.

 

Hayles, N. K. (in press). The time of digital poetry: From object to event. In A Morris & T. Swiss (Eds.), New media poetics: Text, technotext, theories. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

 

Hull, G. A., & Nelson, M. E. (2005). Locating the semiotic power of multimodality. Written Communication, 22, 224-261.

 

Jenkins, H. (2006). Learning by remixing. PBS Media Shift. Retrieved August 20 from

http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2006/07/learning_by_remixing.html

 

Jocson, K.M. (2005). Teacher as learner in DV poetry: Toward a praxis of engaging literacies in alternative spaces for learning. Current Issues in Education, 8(5). Available February 5, 2006 from http://cie.ed.asu.edu/volume8/number5/

 

Kajder, S., Bull, G., & Albaugh, S. (2005). Constructing digital stories. Learning and Leading with Technology, 32(5), 40-42.

 

Knobel, M., & Lankshear, C.  (2008).  Remix: The art and craft of endless hybridization.  Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 52(1), 22-33.

 

Koskimaa, R. (2007).  Cybertext challenge: Teaching literature in the digital world.  Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 6, 169-185.

 

Lambert, J. (2003). Digital storytelling cookbook and traveling companion. Berkeley, CA: Digital Diner Press.

 

Ligorio, M. B., Talamo, A., & Pontecorvo, C. (2005). Building intersubjectivity at a distance during the collaborative writing of fairytales. Computers & Education, 45(3), 357-374.

 

Lundby, K.  (Ed.).  (2008).  Digital storytelling, Mediatized stories: Self-representations in New Media.  New York: Peter Lang.

 

Matcher, L. (2013).  Chick Lit Remixed: The Simple Brilliance of Gender-Flipping. The Atlantic

 

Marsh, B.  (2007).  Plagiarism: Alchemy and remedy in higher education.  Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

 

Salpeter, J. (2005, February). Telling tales with technology. Technology & Learning.

Retrieved November 5, 2006 from http://www.techlearning.com/shared/printableArticle.jhtml?articleID=60300276

 

Miller, M.  (2007).  YouTube 4you.  Indianapolis, IN: Que Publishing.

 

Misson, R. & Sumara, D. (2006). Issue of English Teaching: Practice and Critique on digital literature composing

 

Ohler, J.  (2007).  Digital storytelling in the classroom.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

 

Rozema, R., & Webb, A.  (2008). Literature and the Web: Reading and responding with new technologies.  Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

 

 

Sorapure, M. (2006). Moving writing: A critical approach to animation in composition. Retrieved from http://www.writing.ucsb.edu/faculty/sorapure/moving_writing.pdf

 

Sorapure, M.  (2006). Text, image, code, comment: Writing in Flash.  Computers and Composition, 23(4), 412-429.

 

Sutherland-Smith, W.  (2008).  Plagiarism, the Internet, and student learning: Improving academic integrity.  New York: Routledge.

 

Sweeder, J. (2007). Digital video in the classroom: Integrating theory and practice Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education [Online serial], 7(2). Available: http://www.citejournal.org/vol7/iss2/currentpractice/article1.cfm

 

Tendero, A. (2006). Facing versions of the self: The effects of digital storytelling on English education. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 6(2), 174-194.

 

Verdi, M., & Hodson, R. (2006).  Secrets of videoblogging: Videoblogging for the masses.  Berkeley, CA: Peachpit Press.

 

Yi, Y. (2008, May). Relay Writing in an Adolescent Online Community. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 51(8), 670–680.

 

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