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Internet Invention: From Literacy to Electracy
A next generation textbook for online writing and design, Internet Invention supplements existing print and web primers on HTML and graphics production with a program that puts these tools and techniques to work with a purpose. Designed as a passage from the more familiar rhetoric of the page to the less familiar one of the screen, this text is a hybrid workbook-reader-the ...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published December 1st 2002 by Pearson
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Ulmer offers a pedagogical take on reading and writing practices in a digital age through a detailed description and analysis of his Mystory website assignment. Filled with new vocabulary and approaches to teaching electronic composition, the book makes an important contribution to rhetoric and composition. Because Ulmer’s ideas come in a dense and theory-rich package, readers may find the companion website helpful for further explanation and examples.