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Puentedura, Ruben R. "The Infinite Canvas Reloaded. Digital Storytelling, Webcomics, and Web 2.0". NMC Summer Conference: Monterey Bay, 9.–13. Juni, 2009. 
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Resource type: Conference Paper
Languages: englisch
BibTeX citation key: Puentedura2009
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Keywords: Digitalisierung, McCloud. Scott, Narratologie, OuBaPo, Webcomics
Creators: Puentedura
Publisher: New Media Consortium (Monterey Bay)
Collection: NMC Summer Conference
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Abstract
“Rather than a single mode of media production, digital storytelling can be viewed as a family of practices that integrate different forms of digital media with storytelling goals. This family encompasses a broad spectrum of output formats, from collections of images, through digital video, to interactive fiction. A particularly rich form of digital storytelling is embodied in the webcomic, the form of sequential art contained within the framework of the Web. Marrying the known power of traditional comics to the flexibility and potential for programming of the Web allows for new practices that both expand the boundaries of the medium, and give rise to new, previously unseen narrative forms. One particularly powerful new form is to be found in the “infinite canvas,” the form of sequential art that results from erasing the boundaries of the physical page, as well as in the design of the comic.” (Introduction)
  
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