Cover

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pp. C-C

Title Page, Copyright Page

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pp. i-vi

Contents

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pp. vii-viii

Tables

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pp. ix-x

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Acknowledgments

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pp. xi-xiv

In English studies, we like to valorize the solitary scholar, but we all know that no author writes in isolation. My writing and thinking have been shaped by the institutions in which I work and by the communities of scholars with whom I am fortunate to work. This book would not...

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Introduction: Institutional Frameworks and “the Risky Thing” of Digital Scholarship and Teaching

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pp. 1-11

In May 2012, the University of Missouri announced that it would be “phasing out” its university press and recovering the $400,000 per year subsidy. In July, amid criticism of the decision to close the press, the university announced plans to reinvent the press in a new form that would be...

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1. Cultivating Digital Media Work in English Studies: Negotiating Disciplinary Questions

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pp. 12-36

Imagine an assistant professor in a literary field who works in an English department; we’ll call her Polly. She is creating a scholarly hypertext edition of one of the texts of a somewhat unknown female author and wants to bring this type of work into her introductory literature class, having...

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2. Situating Digital Media Teaching: Challenging the “Hierarchy of Signs”

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pp. 37-90

“I Can Haz Writin Skillz?” is the title of the writing workshop section of Robert Lanham’s parody of a writing course, “Internet-Age Writing Syllabus and Course Overview.” This middle segment of the course “is a workshop where students will work to perfect their tweeting, blogging...

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3. Scholarship through a New Lens: Digital Production and New Models of Evaluation

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pp. 91-131

Chester, a PhD candidate in Victorian literature in the parallel cultures department, was preparing for the job market when I interviewed him. He noted that although people had told him he was positioning himself well for the job market by learning about digital media, he did not see...

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4. Professional Development in/with Digital Media: Sustaining a Technological Ecology

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pp. 132-178

Students at the University of Denver recently created a video parody of a technologically unfriendly classroom and a technologically inept teacher.1 In the style of the television show The Office, the plot of The Class centers on “Michael,” a teacher who knows very little about technology...

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Conclusion: The Future of Digital Media and/in English Studies—Models of Practice

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pp. 179-206

The 2006 Horizon Report, a collaboration between the New Media Consortium and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, was published the same year as the “Report of the MLA Task Force on Evaluating Scholarship for Tenure and Promotion.” It “describes the continuing work of the...

Notes

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pp. 207-210

Bibliography

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pp. 211-216

Index

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pp. 217-224

Author Biography

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pp. 225-225

Back Cover

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pp. BC-BC