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Closing the Gutenberg
          Parenthesis

         Chris Lott, Disruptive Technologist
          University of Alaska F...
Housekeeping
     Twitter (Conference) Tag
               #wcet09

  Web Page for Session Materials
 http://rhetorica.uaf....
In Conclusion…
In the Beginning:
Information Fluency
What is Participation?
Reviving Rhetoric
     inventio
    dispositio
     elocutio
    memoria
       actio
Digital Literacy
         vs.
Information Fluency
The “Problem”
       of
Digital Literacy
Literacy
    &
 Texts
Outliers
     and
Inconsistencies
Toward
Practical
 Theory
The Demarcation
     Between
Literacy & Fluency
Fluency
   &
 Power
Secondary Orality,
 New Literacies
   & Fluency
Walter Ong
            &
the “Gutenberg Parenthesis”
Written
 Oral                      Secondary
          (chirographic)
culture                     Orality
              cu...
Persistence
      &
Synchronicity
New Affordances
       &
  Old Models
Verification
     &
Malleability
Closure
   &
Revision
The “Body” of Work
        &
Backward-Scanning
Scholarly and Formal
          &
Personal and Informal
Writing as Artifact
        &
Writing as Talking
Literature is not remarks…
The Demise of Genre
“We” the Pre-Literate
Recapitulating
       the
Elements of Drama
Plot ♦ Theme ♦ Character ♦ Diction
   (Language/Dialogue) ♦ Music
       (Rhythm) ♦ Spectacle
Mass Communication
        &
 Mass Imagination
Conclusion

       Or

Go Real Fast Now!
Technology as Memory
             &
Technology for Remembering
Individual, Collective, Cultural
            Memory
Memory, Memes
      &
Remembrance
New Media
     &
Augmentation
Written
 Oral                      Secondary
          (chirographic)
culture                     Orality
              cu...
Written        Here
 Oral
          (chirographic)     Be
culture
              culture      Dragons
Closing the Gutenberg Parenthesis
                Chris Lott
      @fncll - chris.lott@alaska.edu

              Jared Ste...
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Chris Lott's slides on the "Gutenberg Parenthess", secondary orality, and information fluency for WCET09.

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Closing the Gutenberg Parenthesis - Chris Lott

  1. 1. Closing the Gutenberg Parenthesis Chris Lott, Disruptive Technologist University of Alaska Fairbanks Center for Distance Education Jared Stein, Director of Instructional Design Services Utah Valley University
  2. 2. Housekeeping Twitter (Conference) Tag #wcet09 Web Page for Session Materials http://rhetorica.uaf.edu/wiki/WCET09/ Ustream Archive http://www.ustream.tv/channel/ruminate
  3. 3. In Conclusion…
  4. 4. In the Beginning: Information Fluency
  5. 5. What is Participation?
  6. 6. Reviving Rhetoric inventio dispositio elocutio memoria actio
  7. 7. Digital Literacy vs. Information Fluency
  8. 8. The “Problem” of Digital Literacy
  9. 9. Literacy & Texts
  10. 10. Outliers and Inconsistencies
  11. 11. Toward Practical Theory
  12. 12. The Demarcation Between Literacy & Fluency
  13. 13. Fluency & Power
  14. 14. Secondary Orality, New Literacies & Fluency
  15. 15. Walter Ong & the “Gutenberg Parenthesis”
  16. 16. Written Oral Secondary (chirographic) culture Orality culture
  17. 17. Persistence & Synchronicity
  18. 18. New Affordances & Old Models
  19. 19. Verification & Malleability
  20. 20. Closure & Revision
  21. 21. The “Body” of Work & Backward-Scanning
  22. 22. Scholarly and Formal & Personal and Informal
  23. 23. Writing as Artifact & Writing as Talking
  24. 24. Literature is not remarks…
  25. 25. The Demise of Genre
  26. 26. “We” the Pre-Literate
  27. 27. Recapitulating the Elements of Drama
  28. 28. Plot ♦ Theme ♦ Character ♦ Diction (Language/Dialogue) ♦ Music (Rhythm) ♦ Spectacle
  29. 29. Mass Communication & Mass Imagination
  30. 30. Conclusion Or Go Real Fast Now!
  31. 31. Technology as Memory & Technology for Remembering
  32. 32. Individual, Collective, Cultural Memory
  33. 33. Memory, Memes & Remembrance
  34. 34. New Media & Augmentation
  35. 35. Written Oral Secondary (chirographic) culture Orality culture
  36. 36. Written Here Oral (chirographic) Be culture culture Dragons
  37. 37. Closing the Gutenberg Parenthesis Chris Lott @fncll - chris.lott@alaska.edu Jared Stein @jstein – jared.stein@uvu.edu Web Page for Session Materials http://rhetorica.uaf.edu/wiki/WCET09/ U-Stream Archive http://www.ustream.tv/channel/ruminate

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