Kathi Inman Berens’ YouTube Lectures

Kathi Inman Berens’ YouTube Lectures

Kathi Inman Berens is teaching Mobile Interface Theory in her undergraduate course at USC, “Advanced Social Media.” For the course, she has created three YouTube lectures on a few of the key concepts in the book. She discusses topics like embodiment, spatiality, proprioception, interface, virtuality, and identity. She terms her lectures...

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Seen in the Wild: Northern Portugal

Seen in the Wild: Northern Portugal

Paul Driver, who is an illustrator and teacher currently in Northern Portugal, sent along some pictures of Mobile Interface Theory making its rounds through Portugal. Here, Paul snapped a picture of the book in a café “while trying (and failing) not to drop croissant crumbs on chapter 2.” Thanks for the pictures,...

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Seen in the Wild: WSU’s Digital Storytelling Class

Seen in the Wild: WSU’s Digital Storytelling Class

Dene Grigar, who directs the Creative Media and Digital Culture Program at Washington State University-Vancouver, assigned Mobile Interface Theory for her undergraduate course “Digital Storytelling.” She sent me this picture of her students working with site-specific mobile apps and reading my book. Thanks to Dene and her students for this great...

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Seen in the Wild: Vancouver, WA

Seen in the Wild: Vancouver, WA

Brett Oppegaard (@BrettOppegaard) sent over a picture of him reading Mobile Interface Theory at Fort Vancouver in Washington State. Brett, an Assistant Professor of Communication at Washington State University Vancouver, is coordinating a mobile media storytelling and history project at the Fort Vancouver site. You can check out their mobile app for the Fort on...

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Seen in the Wild

Seen in the Wild

Inspired by my colleague, Matt Kirschenbaum, and the blog he hosts for his book, Mechanisms, I plan on posting pictures of Mobile Interface Theory as seen “out in the wild.” If any of you have pictures of the book in everyday use or see it on shelves anywhere, send them to me and I’ll post them here. First up: Kathi Inman Berens‘...

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Mobile Interface Theory Released!

Mobile Interface Theory Released!

- Mobile Interface Theory has been released! I just got my copies in the mail from Routledge: http://twitpic.com/7sezn3 - I have been chosen as “Author of the Month” over at Routledge in their Media and Cultural Studies...

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