Table of contents for Teaching literature at a distance : open, online and blended learning / edited by Takis Kayalis and Anastasia Natsina.


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Introduction \ Part I: Open and Distance Learning: Curricula and Pedagogies \ 1. Tendencies and Stakes of Literary Studies in European Open and Distance Learning Universities Anastasia Natsina \ 2. Teaching First-year Students in Open and Distance Education: Aims and Methods Ellie Chambers \3. Masters-level Study in Literature at The Open University: Pedagogic Challenges and Solutions W.R. Owens \ 4. Decolonizing the distance curriculum Dennis Walder \ 5. The Need for a Community: A Case for World Literature in Open and Distance Learning Takis Kayalis \ Part II: Pedagogical challenges in online and blended learning \ 6. Delivering Literary Studies in the 21st Century: The Relevance of Online Pedagogies Kris L. Blair \7. Digital Pedagogy: Taming the Palanti;ri Ian Lancashire \ 8. Teaching Literature in a Virtual Campus: Uses of hypertext Laura Borràs-Castanyer \ 9. From Passive to Active Voices: Technology, Community, and Literary Studies Louis Marshall and Will Slocombe \ 10. Using Technology to Overcome Cultural Restrictions: A case study of teaching English literature online to Arab students Ayesha Heble \ Part III: Digital tools and Web applications \ 11. Literature in Digital Culture: Pedagogical Possibilities Raine Koskimaa \ 12. Teaching Poetry with New Media Rui Torres \13. Metamedievalism, Videogaming, and Teaching Medieval Literature in the Digital Age Daniel T. Kline \ 14. From Virtuality to Actuality: Representations and Enactments of Critical Theory on the World Wide Web Anastasia Natsina and Takis Kayalis \ 15. HyperCities: Building a Web 2.0 Learning Platform Todd Samuel Presner \ 16. Affect and Narrative Encoding: The Problematics of Representing and Teaching Yanyuwa Narratives in Cyberspace John Bradley and Frances Devlin-Glass \ Notes on contributors \ Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Educational technology.
Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- Technological innovations.
Literature -- Study and teaching -- Technological innovations.
Web-based instruction.