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Online content creation: looking at students’ social media practices through a Connected Learning lens†
As the boundaries between technology and social media have decreased, the potential for creative production or participatory practices have increased. However, the affordances of online contentExpand
Distinguishing online academic bullying: identifying new forms of harassment in a dissenting Emeritus Professor's case
An analytical framework grounded in Routine Activity Theory (RAT) that can serve as an appropriate reporting instrument for Online Academic Bullying (OAB) is proposed and illustrated with an Emeritus Professor's case and the varied examples of cyber harassment that he experienced. Expand
Young black women curate visual arts e-portfolios: negotiating digital disciplined identities, infrastructural inequality and public visibility
ABSTRACT Despite the growing importance of digital portfolios for justifying creative work and study opportunities, little is known about arts students’ creative appropriation of online portfolios inExpand
Multimodal academic argument in data visualization
This chapter investigates the semiotic encoding of ideational material and the ways relationships are established within the discourse communities constructed in the data visualizations produced by second-year journalism students. Expand