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Myrrh Domingo

In: The SAGE Handbook of E-learning Research

Chapter 8: Multimodality in Virtual Learning Environments: Exploring Traces of the Page in Designs of Screens

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Multimodality in Virtual Learning Environments: Exploring Traces of the Page in Designs of Screens
Multimodality in Virtual Learning Environments: Exploring Traces of the Page in Designs of Screens
Myrrh Domingo
INTRODUCTION

Writing on the page is in many ways being replaced with writing on screens. With these changes, the centuries-long naturalised relation of the site of the page and the mode of writing are being loosened and undone and displaced in many sites by new principles of composition on screens (Kress, 2003, 2010). This chapter will explore and describe the shifting functions of writing in online environments, and within this consider their implications for shaping learning pedagogies. The study of online environments has been approached from a number of disciplines, including communication, media studies, linguistics, cultural studies ...

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