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Forthcoming Book: T. Kayalis-A.Natsina (eds.), "Teaching Literature at a Distance: Open, Online and Blended Learning", Continuum, London
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27/11/2008 12:00 πμ
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This book examines the challenges of teaching literature in Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Universities and Virtual Learning Environments (VLE) in a wide range of national, cultural and linguistic contexts. Composed of 18 essays by literature scholars representing an international array of ODL, Virtual and traditional universities, the book presents cutting-edge explorations of seminal issues, such as literature pedagogy, curriculum building and canon debates, the uses of hypertext and other digital tools for literary instruction, the writing and evaluation of educational material and the teaching of digital literature. These issues are addressed from various critical and theoretical viewpoints, which reflect the authors’ long educational and administrative experience in a rich diversity of cultural and academic frameworks. Questions explored in the volume include:
• The status of literary studies in different ODL programs and systems
• Teaching literature in e-learning and b-learning programs
• Literary theory and ODL practices
• ODL programs and literary canons
• Literature pedagogy in ODL and VLE
• Distance vs. face-to-face literature teaching
• Uses of hypertext and other digital tools in literary studies
• Teaching digital literature
As the first scholarly attempt to bring together questions of literature pedagogy and issues in open and distance as well as virtual education, this book is an essential resource for literature instructors in ODL, e-learning and b-learning programs, as well as for scholars in more traditional academic settings, who can make literature courses more effective and stimulating by using techniques and tools developed for ODL and virtual learning.
*Contributors*:
Kristine Blair,
Professor and Chair of the Department of English, Bowling Green State University, USA
Laura Borràs
Castanyer,
Professor of Literature, Universitat Oberta
de Catalunya, Spain
Ellie Chambers,
Professor of Humanities Higher Education,
The Open University, UK
Frances Devlin-Glass,
Associate Professor of Literary Studies, Deakin University, Australia
Ayesha Heble,
Lecturer of English, International House,
Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
Dimitrios Kargiotis,
Associate Professor of Modern Greek Studies,
Marc Bloch University, Strasbourg, France
Takis Kayalis,
Associate Professor of Modern Greek Literature,
The Hellenic Open University, Greece
Daniel T. Kline,
Associate Professor of English, University of Alaska Anchorage, USA
Raine Koskimaa,
Professor of Digital Culture,
University of Jyvaskyla, Finland
Ian Lancashire,
Professor of English,
University of Toronto, Canada
Louise Marshall and
Will Slocombe,
Lecturers, Department of English, University of Wales Aberystwyth, UK
Anastasia Natsina,
Associate Lecturer of Modern Greek Literature, The Hellenic Open University, Greece
Bob Owens,
Professor of English Literature, The Open University, UK
Todd Presner,
Associate Professor of Germanic Languages and
Jewish Studies, University of California Los Angeles, USA
Rui Torres,
Associate Professor of Literature, Fernando Pessoa University, Portugal
Dennis Walder,
Professor of Literature,
The Open University, UK
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