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Tuesday, August 4 • 15:45 - 17:15
Children's Electronic Literature 2: Remediation and Literacy

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Nolwenn Tréhondart and Émilie Barbier: "Remediating a hyperfiction in ePub3: when digital literature meets publishing models. The case of children’s literature with The Tower of Jezik"

Lucas Ramada Prieto: "Reading Apps: an exploratory research on children's e-lit reading profiles"

Kamil Kamysz and Marcin Wichrowski: "Between paper and touchscreen: building the bridge with children's book"

Agnieszka Przybyszewski: "To teach reading by playing (with) the literary wor(l)d. On Kid E-literature and Literacy"

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Søren Pold

Assoc. Prof., Aarhus Universitet

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Emilie Barbier

MA student, University of Paris 8
Currently completing my studies in literary translation and digital literature. I'm particularly interested in the translation of e-lit and in children's digital literature.
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Kamil Kamysz

Interaction Design Lecturer, Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts
Designing interactive children's books :)

Agnieszka Przybyszewska

PhD, University of Lodz
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Lucas Ramada

PhD Student, Autonomous University of Barcelona
Lucas Ramada Prieto is a PhD student at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, where he's carrying out his doctoral thesis focused on children's electronic literature and literature didactics. In ELO15 he will be presenting an exploratory research on children's electronic literature... Read More →
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Nolwenn Trehondart

Phd student, Paris 8
I am currently finishing a PhD on "Enhanced ebooks", based on a junction of different methodologies inspired from political economy of communication, cultural studies and semio-rhetoric approaches.

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Programme franco-norvégien

The Franco-Norwegian Programme works to strengthen contact between French and Norwegian researchers within the humanities and social sciences. They have supported travel costs for several French scholars.

Tuesday August 4, 2015 15:45 - 17:15 CEST
Bergen Public Library Strømgaten 6, 5015 Bergen, Norway

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