4 edition of kaleidoscope of digital American literature found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Martha L. Brogan ; with assistance from Daphnée Rentfrow.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 176 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||176|
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Offering a uniquely broad range of readings within a strong thematic structure, Kaleidoscope is an enjoyable and enlightening reader for anyone interested in American literature and history, or the new emphasis on multiculturalism/5(6).
The word kaleidoscope comes from a Greek phrase meaning “to view a beautiful form,” and this report makes the leap of faith that “all scholarship is beautiful” (Ayers b). The point here is not to pit one medium against another but to explore what digital resources offer to the study of American literature.
A Kaleidoscope of Digital American Literature The word kaleidoscope comes from a Greek phrase meaning "to view a beautiful form, " and this report makes the leap of faith that "all scholarship is beautiful " (Ayers b).
This review is divided into three major sections. Part three examines six categories of digital work in progress: (1) quality-controlled subject gateways, (2) author studies, (3) public domain e-book collections and alternative publishing models, (4) proprietary reference resources and full-text primary source collections, (5) collections by design, and (6) teaching applications.
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This review is divided into three major by: "A Kaleidoscope of Digital American Literature" by Martha L.
Brogan and Daphnée Rentfrow The word kaleidoscope comes from a Greek phrase meaning "to view a beautiful form," and this report makes the leap of faith that "all scholarship is beautiful" (Ayers b).
This review is divided into three major by: The word kaleidoscope comes from a Greek phrase meaning "to view a beautiful form," and this report makes the leap of faith that "all scholarship is beautiful" (Ayers b).
A Kaleidoscope of Digital American Literature. Scholarship at Penn Libraries author studies, (3) public domain e-book collections and alternative publishing models. It is this idea of humanity s sameness that is the basis for this book. Kaleidoscope: A Collection of Writings contains a wonderfully diverse body of work from many different authors, yet one essential message comes shining through: that only in a kaleidoscope of being and blending does our life take on purpose and validation.
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by Amy E. Earhart and Andrew Jewell (HTML with commentary at ) PSB76 A Kaleidoscope of Digital American Literature (), by Martha L. Brogan, contrib. by Daphnée Rentfrow (HTML and PDF at ) PSO37 Kaleidoscope Books, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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