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Timothy W. Luke,Jeremy Hunsinger
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Transdisciplinary Studies. Open Works, Open Cultures, and Open Learning Systems. Bibliographic Information. Putting Knowledge to Work and Letting Information Play. Written by experts, Gives a modern approach, Comprehensive in Scope. Transdisciplinary Studies.

Timothy W. Luke, Jeremy Hunsinger. Springer Science & Business Media, 22 сент. And texts about technology? 37. Open works open cultures and open learning systems. 55. TEXTSCAPES AND LANDSCAPES A Settler Poet Goes OnLine. Putting Knowledge to Work & Letting Information Play. Timothy W. Luke and Jeremy Hunsinger (Ed.

and. Jeremy Hunsinger. But books, to earn that name, must be considered slowly and at a certain distance from everyday life. They must have a spine, which holds them and their arguments together. For a book to have a spine promises distance from the everyday world required to consider its writing carefully and to formulate a rejoinder, the essence of dialogical democracy and community. As a small boy growing up in the Pacific Northwest in the 1930s, Douglas Engelbart loved to play by the creek near his home. Luke and Jeremy Hunsinger. At Play with Information. These collected papers are cri3cal reec3ons about the digitaliza3on of discourse and culture. During this past decade in public service as a digital point-­of-­publica3on, the CDDC has worked to nd, create, or sustain mul3ple reading publics with an array of services.

Jeremy Hunsinger is Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University. by Timothy W. in Science and Technology Studies from Virginia Tech. His work engages issues of the politics of knowledge, infrastructure studies, and the social construction of information and communication technologies. Usually ships within 1 to 2 months.

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These collected papers are critical reflections about the rapid digitalization of discourse and culture. This disruptive change in communicative interaction has swept rapidly through major universities, nation states, learned disciplines, leading businesses, and government agencies during the past decade. To commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Center for Digital Discourse and Culture (CDDC) at Virginia Tech, which has been a pioneering leader for many of these changes in university settings, the contributors to this volume examine the transformative implications of digitalizing discourse and culture inside and outside of the academic arena. These technologies of digitalization have created new communities of users, which are highly engaged with their new communicative possibilities, informational content, and discursive forms. Few have asked what these changes will mean, and many of the most important voices engaged in debates about this critical transformation are gathered here in this volume. Each author in his or her own way considers what accepting digital discourse and informational culture now means for contemporary economies, governments, and societies.