Digitally-generated content is now a huge part of what we read and write--from blogs and social media to internet fan fiction and web-born poems. Digital tools are also increasingly important in the production of knowledge in the humanities. This week, we’ll look at the ways that medium shapes message and how literature involves computing, science, graphic design, media theory, and artificial intelligence. How do web-based media impact the way we read, write, and analyze literature?
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