Text-made text

Cope, B and Kalantzis, M 2004, 'Text-made text', e-Learning, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 198-282.

Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title Text-made text
Author(s) Cope, B
Kalantzis, M
Year 2004
Journal name e-Learning
Volume number 1
Issue number 2
Start page 198
End page 282
Total pages 84
Publisher Common Ground
Abstract What is the nature of the change represented by digital communications technologies? How will the impact of the digital compare with the massive changes spawned in its time by print and books? These are the two key questions addressed in this article. The authors answer the first of these questions by comparing the mergence of the printed book with the emergence of the digital communications technologies. The next section of this article, 'Transformations in Ways of Meaning: the case of print', discusses the technological nature and textual consequences of the printing press. The following section, 'Transformations in Ways of Meaning: designing text digitally', does the same for digital connectivity. Several themes emerge.
Subject Curriculum and Pedagogy not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) digital communication technologies
printed book
printing press
ISSN 1741-8887
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