My Blogs

WorldLiterate ~ A Resource for the World Literature Community is a new resource for readers and writers everywhere. It is an invitation to discover the many worlds of literature and a forum for exploring stories that matter. At WorldLiterate -you can download a literary classic, -you can access a wealth of literary criticism, -you can discover material to support your own lectures, lesson plans or school projects, -you can listen to a poem via podcast, -you can unearth more about your favorite authors, -you can visualize the world with maps and timelines, -you can support your writing with helpful writing resources, -you can watch videos of accomplished writers, -you can access documentaries and films, -you can catch up on the latest debates in the digital humanities and education.

Writing Electronic Literature is the official class blog for Dr. Zamora's ENG 4081 (undergraduate) and ENG 5081 (graduate) course entitled "Introduction to Electronic Literature". Throughout the course of the semester students receive an overview of established and emerging forms of electronic literature including hypertext fiction, network fiction, interactive works, and digital poetry. Students read, analyze, and compose a variety of emerging genres of electronic literature.

Dr. Zamora also writes regularly for the Digital Media and Learning Research Hub.  Dr. Zamora's column at the DML Research Hub covers connected learning, digital literacies, open & networked learning, as well as trends and concerns in higher education.    

Dr. Zamora also writes regularly for the National Writing Project's DIGITAL IS website.  The NWP Digital Is website is an emerging and open knowledge base created and curated by its community of members. This resources gathers collections, reflections, inquiries, and stories about what it means to learn and teach writing in our increasingly digital and interconnected world.  

In addition, Dr. Zamora writes regularly for the HASTAC network.  HASTAC is an alliance of more than 13,000 humanists, artists, social scientists, scientists and technologists working together to transform the future of learning.  Since 2002, HASTAC (“haystack”) has served as a community of connection where members share news, tools, research, insights, and projects to promote engaged learning for a global society.