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A curated collection of stuff produced for and related to Digital Writing Month from @HybridPed and @DigitalEnglish. www.digitalwritingmonth.com
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Digital Writing Month: A Code-Poem Experiment

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I saw a challenge over at Digital Writing Month: create a html code poem. Eh? Why not?

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A Report on the Night of Writing Digitally

A Report on the Night of Writing Digitally | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
Saturday night I spent 4 hours in a dimly lit room with strangers. We wrote writing digitally and ate too much chocolate. It was the in-person Night of Writing Digitally event hosted by and at Mary...
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#NoWDigi: Hybrid Poem - Digital Writing Month

#NoWDigi: Hybrid Poem - Digital Writing Month | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
To get us started with the Night of Writing Digitally, we'll be writing a collaborative hybrid poem inside of a Google Doc.
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Digital Writing Month Comic: Completing Wikipedia

Digital Writing Month Comic: Completing Wikipedia | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
I spend a long, but amazing, day at the NCTE Convention yesterday, tweeting about my experiences as much as possible. Instead of re-writing those, I have toyed around with Storify to collect and assemble my tweets in the ...
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digital writing and #digiwrimo | Catalog of Ships

I signed up for Digital Writing Month with the knowledge that I was unlikely to reach the 50,000 word goal. I am notoriously one of those well-intentioned folks who begin projects only to abandon them part way through or who have grand visions which never become more than an eye-twinkle. In my more romantic moments I have imagined that I would one day write a book–not an academic work, but something of fiction. Or, as most books tend to be, something narcissistic and autobiographical (because what, of everything in the world, can I possibly know better than myself?). One day, I think I will write the story of my grandfather, whom I love more than anything. One day, I will compose enough poetry to fill Hell. One day, I will catalogue all the lingering glances and palpable discomfort which arise when people notice the surface of my skin is broken by countless scars.

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DigiWriMo Halftime Report

Today is November 15, the halfway mark in DigiWriMo/AcWriMo. It’s time to check in and see how my DigiWriMo goals are progressing. Here are the goals: 1. Write one officer bio every day for t...
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Digital Writing Month: Running from Zombies (Comic)

Digital Writing Month: Running from Zombies (Comic) | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
Zombies as part of Digital Writing Month. (You can see my post about it from yesterday). And I figure, as long a I am in the game, so, too, should the characters from the webcomic I have been creating as part of Digital Writing ...
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Writing Digitally & Digital Literacy

Today I was able to attend an online panel presentation- Creating a Culture of Learning: How Librarians Keep up with Digital Media & Technology- that was sponsored by ALA’s Office of Information Technology Policy Digital Literacy Task Force. Panelists discussed how they keep up with technology to help library patrons, work within their library communities, and as a quest for lifelong learning. Following not only the comments on the YouTube streaming page, I paid attention to (and participated in) the live twitter discussion. In the span of the hour I heard about numerous apps that will definitely shape digital writing in the future.

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The Specter of the Author - Digital Writing Month

The Specter of the Author - Digital Writing Month | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
In this piece, Sean Michael Morris offers a eulogy for the author, and inspects what happens when we enact digital writing.
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Peer-Driven Learning: When Zombies Overran Twitter | Inside Higher Ed

Peer-Driven Learning: When Zombies Overran Twitter | Inside Higher Ed | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it

If you’ve been following me on Twitter over the weekend, you may have noticed something happened to my avatar and the nature of my tweets. I was (and still am until 1PM Monday) a zombie. I’ve been playing a Twitter vs Zombie (#TvsZ), which is the brainchild of the same people who brought you Hybrid Pedagogy and MOOC MOOC (you can check out their live-streaming presentation on play and pedagogy at Duke University Monday at 1:30 PM). I have to say, this is exactly what I needed.

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On the cusp … (book-spine poem) | habitually probing generalist

On the cusp … (book-spine poem) | habitually probing generalist | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
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Digital Writing Month: The Audio Comic Strip

Digital Writing Month: The Audio Comic Strip | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
The other day, as I was working with Thinglink on a media piece about digital writing (you can still see what I did and add your own thoughts) for Digital Writing Month, I had this brainstorm of using the site to add an audio track ...
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The Living Document - Inside Higher Ed

The Living Document - Inside Higher Ed | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
The Living DocumentInside Higher EdAcWriMo, DigiWriMo, and other projects like THATCamp and HASTAC, promote public scholarship by engaging participants in a conversation about the ways that technology and social media are redrawing the boundaries...
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Digital Writing Month: Compose the Web

Digital Writing Month: Compose the Web | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
Digital Writing Month: Compose the Web. Using Thimble. I really enjoyed a session at the National Writing Project Annual Meeting called Composing the Web, which began with a neat “toy hacking” activity and then moved ...
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History in the City: DigiWriMo goes abroad

History in the City: DigiWriMo goes abroad | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
DigiWriMo goes abroad. so my #acwrimo has been getting all the love of late, but today I had some time get back to my manifesto project. Today VALIE EXPORT, Women's Art. A Manifesto, writing in 1972 for exhibition in ...
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#NoWDigi Poem

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I, Lord Hamlet: Three Wordles and Reflections Thereon (DigiWriMo Project)

I, Lord Hamlet: Three Wordles and Reflections Thereon (DigiWriMo Project) | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it

My goals for DigiWriMo have been very modest. I’ve never aimed to hit the 50,000 words / month mark, really, or even the 1,500 words / day, thanks largely to my teaching and job-hunting schedule for the term. About 70% of the academic jobs I am applying to have deadlines this month, which coincides nicely (how did they know?) with three heavy grading cycles. My schedule puts me on campus about 8-7 four days a week, with very little “me” time during those hours. And other than a partial reprieve this weekend, my month is organized so that I have anywhere from 50-100 papers awaiting grading at any given point. It’s been profoundly difficult to switch out of grading mode and into profound thoughts / experimental writing mode when I finally reach a stopping point on the weekends. Oy.

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Digital Writing Month Comic: At the NWP/NCTE Conference

Digital Writing Month Comic: At the NWP/NCTE Conference | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
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On Brevity - Digital Writing Month

On Brevity - Digital Writing Month | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it

It requires you to look at it very closely, to engage it in an intimate way. It does not overwhelm you, it cannot swallow you up.

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Digital Writing Month: The Zombie Factory Movie

Digital Writing Month: The Zombie Factory Movie | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
Which was a strange coincidence, because I was in the midst of playing the Twitter Vs. Zombie game (although no one in family knows it) as part of Digital Writing Month. With a couple of story tweaks, we decided to base the ...
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Digital Writing Month Comic: Using Mechanical Turk

Digital Writing Month Comic: Using Mechanical Turk | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
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Blogging is a Choral Act - Digital Writing Month

Blogging is a Choral Act - Digital Writing Month | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
In this post, Bonnie relates how digital writing allows us to give voice to ourselves and to others, in sometimes unique and unexpected ways.
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Stanley and Stephen and Stommel and Me–Midway at DigiWriMo | Doing DH at the CC

One thing that I’ve discovered with DigiWritMo is that I do a lot of virtual writing—that is to say, reading and thinking—in my research into DH at the CC. My daily discipline in this past year has been to go to my DH list and see what scholars are tweeting about, to find something substantial and read it and then to tweet about it. So in a given day I might read 5000 words and tweet 140 characters. That discipline has suited me just fine in this past year, as the 140 word count is a surprisingly good mnemonic tool. Coming up with some kind of a tweet about something I’ve read, even if it’s an MT of someone’s original tweet, provides a focus for reading, and I think I have developed a broad understanding of some of the major DH work being done currently and some of the debates in the field. I ’ve observed important continuities with the theoretical frameworks that I studied intensely in grad school (cultural studies, feminism, etc.), and also seen genuinely new turns.

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Digital Writing Month: Just Rick Roll Them

Digital Writing Month: Just Rick Roll Them | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
I'm sure others will have a better insider's look at Digital Writing Month's monumental collaborative project from yesterday entitled “Novel in a Day.” The goal was to use a Google Doc to create a novel of 50,000 words in 24 ...
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Back to Blogging: NaNoWriMo, DigiWriMo, & 2013 - Educational ...

Back to Blogging: NaNoWriMo, DigiWriMo, & 2013 - Educational ... | #digiwrimo: Digital Writing Month | Scoop.it
Back to Blogging: NaNoWriMo, DigiWriMo, & 2013. Tonight I'm reflecting on the power of writing – and on the power of blogging. I thought it might be appropriate to share some of it here. For the last three years I've had my ...
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