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Latest publications:
Literacy in the Age of Digital Culture and Multimedia: Extending the Notions of Text and Learning through Customization Practices Related to Video Games

Inside the cognitive capitalism framework, we propose a different view of the concept of literacy pertaining to digital culture, relating it with the ideas of creativity, invention, and political resistance.

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Published online: May 3, 2016

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Christine de Pizan and Emily Dickinson: Feminine Power through Textual Production

This paper explores the authoritative female voices of Christine de Pizan and Emily Dickinson as examples of the ways in which publishing practices can determine feminine power.

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Published online: March 11, 2016

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"World Cultures in English(es)" at the School of Arts and Humanities Library, University of Lisbon: The Communication Platform Architecture and Its Critical Analysis

We will consider the architecture of the communication platform prototype, "World Cultures in English(es)" (WCE), in relation to the interaction among different types of media and audiences.

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Published online: March 11, 2016

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An Exploratory Examination of Digital Humanities Scholar Research Practices

In this study, online search log data were collected from humanities scholars in Macau (e.g., search queries, highlights, annotations) and analyzed to detect their actual search behavior pattern.

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Published online: March 11, 2016

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The International Journal of the Book , Volume 14, Issue 2, June 2016

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The Library as a Hybrid Building: New Forms and Complex Programmes

Libraries are increasingly becoming hybrid buildings. This paper discusses the impact of this on their role and identity, illustrated through library projects designed by architecture students.

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Published online: November 23, 2015

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Too Many Books on the Dance Floor: Borges, Arendt, and Ortega y Gasset on the Onslaught of Information

This paper examines the concerns of three thinkers (Arendt, Borges, and Ortega y Gasset) about what happens to the book in an era of excessive production and excessive information.

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Published online: November 23, 2015

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Adding "Pop" to the Classroom: Using Pop Culture in Higher Education

For higher education instructors, this paper focuses on using pop culture examples to help students understand discipline content.

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Published online: November 23, 2015

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Supporting Recreational Book Reading in Adolescents: What You Can Do

This paper highlights the benefits of adolescent recreational book reading. Evidence-based recommendations for educators, librarians, parents, and researchers wishing to support recreational book reading are introduced.

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Published online: November 23, 2015

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The International Journal of the Book , Volume 14, Issue 1, March 2016

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