Portabilidade, Evanescências e Rubricas: Discussões em torno da Literatura Digital na Sala de Aula

  • Alamir Aquino Corrêa Universidade Estadual de Londrina

Resumo

Esse texto trata de três aspectos que afetam a tentativa de abordagem em sala de aula do texto literário criado em ambiente digital, observando suas relações com a formação pedagógica de futuros professores. A integridade do objeto e sua possível recepção, denominada de portabilidade, será caracterizada pelo enfrentamento direto do texto pelo fruidor e a sua difícil ou improvável reprodutibilidade em sala de aula enquanto experiência estética. No caso da evanescência, tanto o acesso, enquanto experiência estética, quanto o estudo, como crítica, se tornam problemáticos diante de obstáculos como georrefenciamento, direito autoral, transitoriedade do objeto e obsolescência de software e hardware. Por último, as rubricas ou os mecanismos norteadores da experiência de leitura não só a organizam, mas também impõem desde antes os limites da percepção do objeto literário.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14195/2182-8830_4-2_11

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Biografia do Autor

Alamir Aquino Corrêa, Universidade Estadual de Londrina

Departamento de Letras Vernáculas e Clássicas

Teoria literária e Literatura brasileira

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Publicado
2016-07-11
Como Citar
CORRÊA, Alamir Aquino. Portabilidade, Evanescências e Rubricas: Discussões em torno da Literatura Digital na Sala de Aula. MATLIT: Materialidades da Literatura, [S.l.], v. 4, n. 2, p. 233-253, jul. 2016. ISSN 2182-8830. Disponível em: <http://impactum-journals.uc.pt/matlit/article/view/2251>. Acesso em: 19 ago. 2017. doi: https://doi.org/10.14195/2182-8830.
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Secção Temática | Thematic Section

Palavras-chave

literatura digital na sala de aula; formação pedagógica para o ensino de literatura digital; portabilidade; evanescência; rubricas