1. Electronic Annotation of a Text
On the Web, create an electronic version of a single, linear text that would benefit from linked annotations to supplemental words, images, maps, etc. on other Web pages. More...
2. Verbal as Visual
Using Photoshop and Dreamweaver, take the content of an "old media," verbal text and create a series of hypertext screens that realize the original's effects by "visualizing" its verbal elements (letters, words, passages) using font, size, color, placement, backgrounds, layering, etc. More...
3. From Linear Print Text to Hypertext Web Site
Write a linear essay, memoir, argument or article, and then "remediate" the material into a non-linear, hypertextual Web site or CD-ROM. More...
4. Textual Interactivity
Create a hypertext specifically written and designed to depend upon interactive possibilities: the actions and choices of the reader/user. In other words, the meaning and effect of the hypertext will vary as the reader consciously creates his/her way through the page or site. More...
5. Analytical Essay from a Discussion
From our discussions online of our readings, write an essay for print in which you appear not as the sole voice, but as one voice among several considering some question or issue important to New Media Writing. More...