The Networked Poetry Classroom

Date: Thursday, April 8, 2010 – 9 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.

Location: Mineral Hall, Hyatt Regency Denver, 3rd Floor

Description (as published by AWP): R122. The Networked Poetry Classroom. (Chris Hosea, Eric Baus, Dorothea Lasky, Mathias Svalina, Michelle Taransky) This panel will examine key issues at the intersection of 21st century technologies and age-old poetic concerns. We will consider how Wikis, blogs, social networking, Moodle, Google Docs, and podcasts are changing the way high school and college students are studying and writing poetry. What happens to assumptions about originality and authority when students collaborate? Can Web 2.0 technologies help students hack unfamiliar texts and forms?

More at: http://www.awpwriter.org/conference/2010schedThurs.php


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