Henry Jenkins : When I was writing Textual Poachers in the late 1980s, I stumbled across a fascinating scheme being floated by fans of George R.R.
Suzanne Scott: Thanks, AJ, for doing the heavy lifting by synthesizing the tensions emerging out of this conversation, and for tackling the industrial context.
Suzanne Scott: Hi everyone, I’m looking forward to this conversation. I’ve been attempting to work through my ambivalent response to the Veronica Mars kickstarter for the past few days, particularly where it bumps up against my unadulterated fannish glee that Netflix Saved Our Bluths.
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Earlier this fall, I received an email from a UCLA Cinema and Media Studies graduate student Mathias Stork, sharing with me a video he had produced for Janet Bergstrom’s “DVD Essay for Film Analysis” and Steven Mamber’s video games class. Here’s how Stork describes his essay:
Today, the USC Annenberg Innovation Lab released Designing with Teachers: Participatory Approaches to Professional Development in Education .A PDF of the full report is attached below/ This report represents the collaboration of a working group composed of “a mixture of researchers, teachers and school administrators from a variety of disciplines, schools, and states,” who wanted to better understand how we might best prepare educators in order to incorporate “participatory learning” models into their classroom practices.
We’ve been using the term “platform agnostic” for years.
Howard Rheingold has been one of the smartest, most forward thinking, most provocative writers about digital culture for the past several decades.
I fell into the computer realm from the typewriter dimension in 1981, then plugged my computer into my telephone in 1983 and got sucked into the net.
You talk in the book about what you call “network knowledge.” Can you define this concept?
A Pedagogical Response to the Aurora Shootings: 10 Critical Questions about Fictional Representations of ViolenceThe horrifying and tragic news of the shooting in Aurora, Colorado this weekend requires some degree of reflection on our parts.
American media scholar and pop culture expert Henry Jenkins, currently on a lecture tour of Europe, said that all content is heading in the direction of trans-media, shifting from its original state to new platforms.
Henry Jenkins (pictured above), a former MIT Professor and the person who coined the term “transmedia,” defines it as “a process where integral elements of a fiction get dispersed systematically across multiple delivery channels.”
15 Dec, 2009 – 12 comments click the image to see the full size slide Henry Jenkins recently published his Seven Core Concepts of Transmedia Storytelling from his talk at the Futures of Entertainment conference. Read part one and part two . I’ve simply paraphrased or directly lifted a phrase from Henry to make the above graphic (consider it a Jenkins Reader’s Digest post, but do read the full posts). You can also view Henry’s keynote here .