Writing in a Technological World [Mīkstie vāki]

  • Formāts: Paperback / softback, 420 pages, height x width: 229x152 mm, weight: 812 g, 9 Line drawings, color; 49 Halftones, color; 16 Tables, color; 74 Illustrations, color
  • Izdošanas datums: 28-Nov-2019
  • Izdevniecība: Routledge
  • ISBN-10: 1138580988
  • ISBN-13: 9781138580985
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  • Formāts: Paperback / softback, 420 pages, height x width: 229x152 mm, weight: 812 g, 9 Line drawings, color; 49 Halftones, color; 16 Tables, color; 74 Illustrations, color
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  • Izdevniecība: Routledge
  • ISBN-10: 1138580988
  • ISBN-13: 9781138580985
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Writing in a Technological World explores how to think rhetorically, act multimodally, and be sensitive to diverse audiences while writing in technological contexts such as social media, websites, podcasts, and mobile technologies. Claire Lutkewitte includes a wealth of assignments, activities, and discussion questions to apply theory to practice in the development of writing skills. Featuring real-world examples from professionals who write using a wide range of technologies, each chapter provides practical suggestions for writing for a variety of purposes and a variety of audiences. By looking at technologies of the past to discover how meanings have evolved over time and applying the present technology to current working contexts, readers will be prepared to meet the writing and technological challenges of the future. This is the ideal text for undergraduate and graduate courses in composition, writing with technologies, and professional/business writing. A supplementary guide for instructors is available at www.routledge.com/9781138580985

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"This book is wonderful because of its utility: many different courses from across the curriculum can use it to help students better understand how to adjust to the ever-changing writing contexts of the digital age, and it can serve as a trusty resource students can rely on as they progress through their studies." Moe Folk, Professor of Digital Rhetoric, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania "This thoughtful and well-paced book offers clear, engaging examples throughout to draw students in and help them better understand the role of digital and non-digital technologies alike in writing. Addressing contemporary topics like social media, copyright, website writing, and more, Lutkewitte's text will be indispensable for today's writing classroom." Stephanie Vie, Professor and Department Chair of Writing and Rhetoric, University of Central Florida

Preface Part 1: Technology is Multimodal Ch. 1 Introduction Ch. 2 Writing is Multimodal Ch. 3 Non-digital and Digital Technology Part 1 Reading: Can We Define Technology? by David E. Nye Part 2: Technology is Active Ch. 4 Plan, Research, and Cite Ch. 5 Design Ch. 6 Draft, Test, Revise, and Edit Part 2 Reading: Handwriting is History by Anne Trubek Part 3: Technology is Narrative Ch. 7 The Stories We Write Ch. 8 Information at our Fingertips Part 3 Reading: The Disappearance of Technology: Toward an Ecological Model of Literacy by Bertram C. Bruce and Maureen P. Hogan Part 4: Technology is Embedded Ch. 9 Technology as System Ch. 10 Technology as Situated Ch. 11 Writing Messages Part 4 Reading: Predictive Algorithms and Personalization Services on Social Network Sites: Implications for Users and Society by Robert Bodle Part 5: Technology is Connected Ch. 12 Writing for Social Media Ch. 13 Writing for Websites Ch. 14 Writing for Mobile Devices Part 5 Reading: Thank You for Letting Me Share by Michelle R. Gould Part 6: Technology is Embodied Ch. 15 Hear, Feel, and Speak Ch. 16 Picture, Perform, and Present Part 6 Reading: The Voice of Lived Experience: Mobile Video Narratives in the Courtroom by Mary Angela Bock and David Allen Schneider
Claire Lutkewitte, PhD, is an associate professor of writing at Nova Southeastern University where she teaches undergraduate and graduate writing courses. She has published several books, chapters, and articles related to the teaching of writing. Her current research interests include writing pedagogy, writing with and for technologies, and document design.