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Reading with a Pencil in Hand: Ornamentation and Annotation

A video of Wyn Kelley describing the historical practice of annotating texts and an introduction to the ornamentation and annotation activity for "Motives for Reading."

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The music is annoying. Kill the drums. I don’t need ear candy. Or push it back to a less intrusive layer.

This is a very interesting issue for digital paper. How much have we / do we lose from authors and readers because annotation and illumination are not easily, and therefore not readily, done. Doable, but not as organically and easily doable.

Posted 7 years by Anonymous

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TSG: Reading Media Material

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