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An Epilogue of Sorts

Our work on the JOH social edition thus far has opened my mind to the various ways a text is impacted through digitisation. Like Sasha, I felt disconnected from¬†A Study in Temptations¬†because of the limited nature of my interaction with … Continue reading

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But I Can’t Cite It?

Students have a secret– something that lurks in the shadows, a spectre that haunts all of our papers. Deny it all you want, but the truth remains . . . we use Wikipedia. We don’t care. We love it. We … Continue reading

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Sven Birkerts is really not going to like this.

Spritz is a new app that rapidly displays all the words of a book in a single space. Instead of reading through space (like turning the page of a book or scrolling), this new reading behaviour moves in time only. … Continue reading

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