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But digital technologies also have made it easy to "write" in all sorts of new ways. We can use more modes and resources, such as image, sound and video. We can remix the work of others -- with and without permission ...
scott glass's insight:
Regardless of technology, teaching students to be confident, powerful writers is critical. Then again, we also need to regard technology and the ways that digital tools are making it possible to collaborate and create in ways that students need to explore.
This is a great presentation of Ferguson's work regarding the creative necessity to remix. His ideas call into question what it means to be "original." Perhaps discussions about originality in art are less about having a "new" idea and more about how an artist uses preexisting ideas without becoming derivative.
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