A 400-word blog post (don’t call it an essay) from Adam Copeland, Concordia faculty member, NDSU doctoral candidate in English.
Just came across this storyboarding tool; lots of examples and K-12 applications.
Kenneth Goldsmith refers to some of these games and writers in Uncreative Writing. Here you can get all the good stuff in a nice neat list.
I’m thinking about using Troy Hick’s Digital Writing Workshop, and saw his tweet about “Crafting Digital Writing,” his newest book. One way or another, I think Hicks will play and important role in the 2013 version of Advanced Writing Workshop.
An online remix tool that might be particularly helpful for educators: web-based, low learning curve, perhaps even a bit more textual than some remix approaches, ideal for us English teachers.
Video and powerpoint slides relevant to teaching writing.
More literacy narratives, with a global perspective.