CFP: The Digital Teaching Edition

Dr. Mary Balkun (Seton Hall University) and Dr. Diana Polley (Southern New Hampshire University) have issued a call for a proposed roundtable session at NeMLA 2017 on The Digital Teaching Edition:

From the call:

This roundtable will generate discussion about the future of the traditional teaching edition; the benefits, drawbacks, and challenges of creating a digital alternative; and ways instructors have found to meet the expectations of contemporary, multimodal readers by creating their own editions. Proposals might consider but are not limited to the following:The challenges of creating a digital, multimodal edition of a text for classroom use; specific methodologies/tools being used; ways to engage students in the development/creation of digital teaching editions texts; pedagogical, technological, and copyright issues. Submit a 300-word proposal and brief vita by Sept. 30, 2016, via the NeMLA site:


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