In the era of digital communication the once privileged and superior position of the literary text is being destabilized and de-centered. Meaning is constructed by a multiplicity of means, so that verbal literacy is superseded by multiple literacies that take into account a wider range of human intelligences, than the ones evaluated by the traditional teaching approaches.
Literature is affected by this cultural turn not only at the level of its production, but also of its “consumption” and teaching. Electronically supported or even e- literature presupposes a number of diverse and demanding operational skills which engage the receiver and turn him/her into an active meaning- producer within the frame of an unprecedented communication act.
• The genres of e-literature,
• the requirements for a critical access of them,
• their features,
• the cooperative production of narratives and
• other potential implementations of the internet in the literature lesson as well as
• the comparative study of a literary text with its cinematic equivalent
are some of the issues discussed in this paper.
|Keywords:||E-Literature, Internet, Visual Literacy, Interactivity, Active Engagement|
Teacher in Secondary Education, Ialyssos- Rhodes, Dodecanesse, Greece
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