Making New Media: Creative Production and Digital Literacies (New Literacies and Digital Epistemologies)

Making New Media offers a series of case studies from the author’s work with students and teachers from the mid-90s to the present day, charting the dramatic rise of new media in schools. Work across a wide range of media is presented: computer animation, digital video and film, computer games and machinima. The author tackles the vital contemporary themes of literacy and creativity, making an innovative argument for the combination of traditions of social semiotics and cultural studies in the study of literacy and new media. This volume should be read by every undergraduate and graduate student, as well as any faculty member, involved with or interested in any aspect of new media.

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  1. With a mediascape dominated by various forms of social networking, digital authoring technologies and video editing, how might media educators make the shift and interpret the semiotics of creating new media?UK scholar Andrew Burn seeks to answer this question. In his book, “Making New Media: Creative Production and Digital Literacies,” Burn looks at pop culture and social semiotics: in other words, the signs related to the process of creating new media in classrooms. It is a book…

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