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Creating Mike Sterling for the #GenLit Project

...reflections about the project, collaboratively authored by several of the student and instructor participants. In this installment, Matt Jacobi and Mia Zamora reflect on the process...
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Perspectives from the #GenLit Classroom: A Professor and Student Converse

...will publish updates and reflections about the project collaboratively authored by several of the student and instructor participants . In this third installment, Mia Zamora and...
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Pedagogy of Care—Gone Massive

...blog posts of many participants. Some, like Mia Zamora, actively amplify participant posts via Twitter, and I try to mimic their practices when co-facilitating similar experiences....
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#GenLit as #Netprov

...about the project, collaboratively authored by several of the student and instructor participants. This week, Mia Zamora and Matt Jacobi discuss the relationship between the Generative...
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What is Generative Literature? Introducing “The Generative Literature Project”

...will publish updates and reflections about the project collaboratively authored by several of the student and instructor participants . In this first installment, Mia Zamora and...
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Generative Literature Project Update #1

...narrative potential without having to face the programming work head-on.” Mia Zamora is taking a similar approach in her Writing Electronic Literature course, which culminates with...
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Embodying Openness as Inclusive Digital Praxis

...only works if you share it with others”, and he (as well as some of the other facilitators such as Mimi Ito, Mia Zamora and Alan...
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