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Fanfics: uma diversão para levar a sério

Luciane Rangel fala sobre fanfics e como isso pode ser um treino como escritor.
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Reading and Writing in Digital Contexts. Leitura e produção textual em contextos digitais
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¿En qué consiste un plan de fomento de la lectura?

¿En qué consiste un plan de fomento de la lectura? | Litteris | Scoop.it
La Ley de la lectura, del libro y de las bibliotecas (Ley 10/2007 de 22 de junio) indica que los planes de fomento de la lectura considerarán la lectura como una herramienta básica para el ejercicio del derecho a la educación y a la cultura, en el marco de la sociedad de la información y…

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e-Book Cover Design Awards, May 2016 - The Book Designer

e-Book Cover Design Awards, May 2016 - The Book Designer | Litteris | Scoop.it
e-Book Cover Design Awards, May 2016 including

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Penelope's curator insight, June 24, 12:55 PM
Take a walk through the good, the bad, and the ugly book covers. There are some amazing works of art here! If you're creating your own covers, Joel makes the case for hiring a professional. It makes a world of difference.

 ***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

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Smaller, lighter $80 Kindle unveiled with rounder edges—plus new Export Notes software update

Smaller, lighter $80 Kindle unveiled with rounder edges—plus new Export Notes software update | Litteris | Scoop.it
Amazon this morning announced a smaller, lighter Kindle—available now for pre-order  for the same $80 price as the current 5th-Generation model. In addition, the company introduced a new Export Notes feature that will arrive in an over-the-air software update for the new Kindle as well as for the Paperwhite, Voyage, and Oasis. In a press…

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Leoteca, un recurso interactivo para la lectura infantil - Detalle - educaLAB

Leoteca, un recurso interactivo para la lectura infantil - Detalle - educaLAB | Litteris | Scoop.it
La Leoteca, la primera red social infantil y juvenil para el fomento de la lectura tanto en el ámbito familiar como en el escolar.. Páginas con información detallada de la noticia seleccionada con anterioridad.

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Should You Self-Publish or Traditionally Publish? | Jane Friedman

Should You Self-Publish or Traditionally Publish? | Jane Friedman | Litteris | Scoop.it
Should you self-publish? There is no single right answer to this question—it's always situational. This post outlines the key questions you should ask.

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Want More Dates? Survey Says You Should Read More Books

Want More Dates? Survey Says You Should Read More Books | Litteris | Scoop.it
#Truth.

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GoogleLitTrips Reading List's curator insight, June 21, 10:25 AM
21 June 2016

Yep! And there's even an App for that!

What are you doing for your first day's lesson in your literature class?

I might well be starting with this INFORMATIONAL READING article. 

My favorite line? 

"The findings aren’t all that surprising, considering a 2014 Pew Research study that showed millennials — the generation most likely to be using dating apps — are actually more likely to have read a book in the past year than folks from other generations. While the narrative may be that books need saving, it would seem that the pastime is alive as ever."


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College courses without textbooks? These schools are giving it a shot.

College courses without textbooks? These schools are giving it a shot. | Litteris | Scoop.it
A community college reform group has selected a handful of schools to develop degree programs using open-source materials in place of textbooks, an initiative that could save students as much as $1,300 a year.

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Nova aplicação de livros digitais adapta as histórias a cada leitor - Cultura - RTP Notícias

Nova aplicação de livros digitais adapta as histórias a cada leitor - Cultura - RTP Notícias | Litteris | Scoop.it
Uma aplicação de livros digitais que se adapta aos gostos, à vida e à personalidade de cada leitor foi criada em França pela Vía Fábula, uma empresa ...

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Del escritor al lector, y 10: el lector / los lectores

Del escritor al lector, y 10: el lector / los lectores | Litteris | Scoop.it
Hay un solo autor, pero un número impensable de personas que leerán esa obra. Con ellos cerramos Las voces del libro
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Do Books Have a Future in Tomorrow’s Classroom?

Do Books Have a Future in Tomorrow’s Classroom? | Litteris | Scoop.it
As adaptive learning and other digital content gains ground in the classroom, will there be a future where print books become obsolete in education?
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5 Reasons to Read for Reluctant Readers

5 Reasons to Read for Reluctant Readers | Litteris | Scoop.it
Teachers may offer up a killer classroom library and carve out class time for silent reading, but these two things do not guarantee prolific reading, or even moderate reading from your students. One of my goals when I was teaching high school was this: to have students fall in love with reading while they were in my classroom (or at least like it a little more).

So how do you motivate secondary students in a deeper, lifelong reader way? It's not just about helping a student find that right book, as teachers often see as the ultimate mission, but it's about giving reasons for reading -- and really good ones. Because let's face it, there's plenty of stuff we all have to read that we may not be crazy about, but we know it's good for us. The following motivators are inspired by educator Kelly Gallagher's book, Reading Reasons: Motivational Mini-Lessons for Middle and High School.

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Biblioteca on line con interesantes libros sobre #educación #PDF

Biblioteca on line con interesantes libros sobre #educación #PDF | Litteris | Scoop.it
OpenLibra. La Biblioteca Libre que estabas esperando

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The Internet Doesn’t Make You Dumb, but What You Choose to Read Might

The Internet Doesn’t Make You Dumb, but What You Choose to Read Might | Litteris | Scoop.it
Drugs aren’t the only thing that can addle our brains. New research confirms what your brain may feel following a long, uncontrolled binge through the depths of your social media feeds: The content we devour on the internet really can have a lasting effect on our cognitive abilities. At least, so says a new study published by the International Journal of Business Administration this May.

This is by no means a new hypothesis—New York Times best-selling author Nicholas Carr has argued that the world wide web can erode our intelligence many times, and many ways. But this study suggests it may not be the screen time that’s at fault for lessened abilities—it’s the low quality of most online content. The IJBA study suggests that people who read more low-quality content had lower sophistication, syntax, cadence, and rhythm in their own writing.

In order to conduct the study, researchers collected writing samples from 65 participants between the ages of 23 and 42. Those individuals then self-reported their reading habits as well as what they spent the most time consuming in terms of books, newspapers, and websites. The information was then run through an algorithm-based complexity measurement tool, which matched the quality of the written samples against samples from the sources that the participants said they frequently read. The data suggested a strong correlation between reading and writing skills—meaning, people who read more complex stories had more complex writing, and vice versa. Of course, this study is only suggesting a correlation between these two things—it’s not necessarily clear that one causes the other.

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Stephen King Used These 8 Writing Strategies to Sell 350 Million Books

Stephen King Used These 8 Writing Strategies to Sell 350 Million Books | Litteris | Scoop.it
The best-selling novelist shares his secrets to selling so many books.

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An Animated Introduction to the Life & Literary Works of Charles Dickens

An Animated Introduction to the Life & Literary Works of Charles Dickens | Litteris | Scoop.it

The social role of the writer changes from generation to generation, but at no time in the history of literary culture have novelists and poets faced more competition for the attention of their readers than they do today.

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Words matter - choosing the right language

Words matter - choosing the right language | Litteris | Scoop.it
Which of these sentences sounds better to you? a) The best words are short and clear.b) It’s not advantageous to use elongated and vague words. The words and phrases you use have a real impact on the readability of your documents and communications. Keep reading and we'll show you four s... http://elearningfeeds.com/words-matter-choosing-the-right-language/
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¿Qué es transmedia y storytelling?

¿Qué es transmedia y storytelling? | Litteris | Scoop.it
¿Qué es transmedia y storytelling desde la perspectiva de la comunicación, las relaciones públicas y el social media?

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How should reading be taught in schools?

How should reading be taught in schools? | Litteris | Scoop.it
Reading is increasingly being reduced to a numbers game in schools.

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200 Prompts for Argumentative Writing | NY Times Learning Blog

200 Prompts for Argumentative Writing | NY Times Learning Blog | Litteris | Scoop.it
For a coming student contest in which teenagers are invited to write on an issue they care about, we have gathered a list of 200 writing prompts on a wide range of issues.

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Un sitio con cientos de audiolibros gratuitos para profesores

Un sitio con cientos de audiolibros gratuitos para profesores | Litteris | Scoop.it

Hoy en día estamos presentando una lista con más de 700 libros de audio que la gente de  Open Culture compartió. Esta es una colección de cientos de libros de audio libre que cubren una amplia variedad de temas y temas meticulosamente curada por la gente en LibriVox.


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Camões é um símbolo nacional. Porquê?

Camões é um símbolo nacional. Porquê? | Litteris | Scoop.it
"Os Lusíadas são a busca de uma identidade para Portugal", diz Maria Vitalina Leal de Matos neste artigo. Especialista em Camões, explica porque razão é o poeta um símbolo nacional.

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In Omaha, A Library With No Books Brings Technology To All

In Omaha, A Library With No Books Brings Technology To All | Litteris | Scoop.it
The privately funded, $7 million Do Space provides free access to computers, high-end software, 3-D printers, and laser cutters. It's a learning and play space, as well as an office for entrepreneurs.
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Freek Kraak's curator insight, June 11, 6:31 AM
Het gaat er niet om of je al dan niet fysieke materialen hebt (behalve computers etc. dan). Het gaat om toegang en inspiratie.
Die kun je overigens nog steeds ook uit papieren (wat is dat?) boeken halen!
Maar het gaat om de functies van de bibliotheek. Die zijn nuttig en dus moet je de bibliotheek niet afschaffen, maar zich laten ontwikkelen!
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Is Amazon Trying to Kill Interactive E-Books? 

Is Amazon Trying to Kill Interactive E-Books?  | Litteris | Scoop.it
Why is Amazon disallowing self-published books from linking to external content, when it permits mainstream books to do so?

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Beware Summaries/Reviews Masquerading as Kindle eBooks | The Digital Reader

Beware Summaries/Reviews Masquerading as Kindle eBooks | The Digital Reader | Litteris | Scoop.it
The Kindle Store, at one point or another, has been home to just about every type of spam from bundled Wikipedia articles to computer-generated nonsense to recycled stale AP articles. Now it has become infested with a new type of spam.
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10 popular Instagrammers recreate iconic works of Parisian art

10 popular Instagrammers recreate iconic works of Parisian art | Litteris | Scoop.it
Instagram may be the newest way to consume art (and "art"), but popular Instagrammers are taking to the platform to show off the art of yore.

In an effort to promote a new online platform for the municipal museums of Paris, popular Instagram users have been tasked with recreating famous paintings. 

The collection of recreations is titled Parallels by Paris Museés. 

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