Abstract: E-poetry creates opportunities to engage with literature in non-traditional ways. Students can transform works of poetry into multimedia compositions. In doing so, they learn new digital writing skills and enjoy extended engagement with the poems. Extending the act of citation to include reflections on the use of materials helps students to discuss their interpretations of the poems under study and to explain the decisions they make when composing e-poems. Multimedia reflections offer a new genre through which students can discuss composing processes and discover learning outcomes related to original projects. Portfolios drive continued revision, reflection, and learning.
2240118 XSZJ3QNX items 1 apa default ASC