This article describes a graduate seminar titled “Interfaces and Infrastructures” that took place at Wayne State University. The course engaged with new media scholarship while also taking a piece of software, Google Wave, as its central artifact. The seminar demonstrates a pedagogical approach in which new media objects act as both tools and objects of study in the English studies classroom.
Interfaces and Infrastructures: Examining New Media Objects in the English Studies Classroom
James J. Brown, Andrew Engel, Whitney Hardin, Donora Hillard, Jason Kahler, Michael McGinnis, Derek Risse, Conor Shaw-Draves; Interfaces and Infrastructures: Examining New Media Objects in the English Studies Classroom. Pedagogy 1 October 2012; 12 (3): 521–540. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/15314200-1625280
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