Author: Karen LaBonte

  • HyperDocs and the Dilemma of “Yes, but…”

    HyperDocs and the Dilemma of “Yes, but…”

    My Journey Into HyperDocs I first learned about HyperDocs during the summer of 2020. I don’t always set out to learn about every new digital tool or practice I read about, but HyperDocs was generating enough conversation– especially for something that’s been around since 2013– that I became curious. I heard a range of opinions,…

  • A Digital Writing “AHA” Moment

    A Digital Writing “AHA” Moment

    Yesterday was the fourth and final day of the 4TDW digital writing conference, culminating in Kevin Hodgson’s keynote, “A Day in the Life of a Digital Writer”. Kevin blogged about his experience here. As with all the conference sessions, a recording of the session, as well as slides and notes will be available shortly on the 4TDW home page.…

  • Composing vs. “Digital Writing”

    Composing vs. “Digital Writing”

    I’ve had a couple of crappy days this week, so when it looked like things might be easing last night, I found myself sitting at my desk, itching to make something. Let me be more specific. I found myself craving the experience of being immersed in the process of creating something. Of composing. It used…

  • Does Digital Writing Exist?

    Does Digital Writing Exist?

    The post first appeared on my blog, All Hands on Deck, at the end of August 2016. It emerged as part of a discussion about remix, digital writing, etc., in the #clmooc2016 community. Kevin Hodgson and Sheri Edwards responded, beginning a thought-provoking conversation in several digital spaces. Kevin suggested I repost this here.  Introduction This post is dangerous.…