Monthly Archives: October 2016

The Very Hungry Caterpillar is for Everyone

Jessica Walker The Very Hungry Caterpillar is no exception to the effects of remediation. Once the original book gained popularity, it became vulnerable to other publishers. The change from a cardboard paged children’s book, to an untouchable visual representation of … Continue reading

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The Screen as a Reading Support: Advantages and Disadvantages of New Technology

Emily Mooney Many reading supports (or surfaces) have been used for communication and documentation throughout the history of written language. As new technologies are discovered and introduced to the population, writing tools change and evolve. After going through information and … Continue reading

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Tea, Toole, and DIY Parchment: Or, the Story of the Retrogression of a Textual Medium

Madison Taylor Does altering the form that a text assumes impact the way in which the reader interprets its meaning? It certainly seems illogical to say that a novel originally published as a bound book loses all significance if read … Continue reading

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