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In the Beginning:

Information Fluency

What is Participation?

Reviving Rhetoric

inventio

dispositio

elocutio

memoria

actio

Digital Literacy vs. Information Fluency

The “Problem” of Digital Literacy

Literacy

&

Texts

Outliers

and

Inconsistencies

Toward Practical Theory

Toward

Practical

Theory

The Demarcation Between Literacy & Fluency

Fluency

&

Power

Secondary Orality & New Literacies

Walter Ong & the “Gutenberg Parenthesis”

Persistence

&

Synchronicity

New Affordances & Old Models

Verification

&

Malleability

Closure

&

Revision

The “Body” of Work & Backward-Scanning

Scholarly and Formal & Personal and Informal

Writing as Artifact & Writing as Talking

The Disappearance of Genre

“We” the Pre-Literate

Recapitulating the Elements of Drama

Mass Communication & Mass Imagination

Technology as Memory & Technology for Remembering

Individual, Collective, Social Memory

Memory, Memes & Remembrance

New Media & Augmentation