10 ago. São Paulo: Global. COLOMER, Teresa (). Andar entre Livros: A Leitura Literária na Escola. Transl. Laura Sandroni. São Paulo: Global. Susana Jorge A EXPERIÊNCIA DO LIVRO ILUSTRADO INTERATIVO PARA A INFÂNCIA Walkscapes: el andar como práctica estética=walking as an aesthetic practise. El espacio entre las cosas. salys. Maria Tereza. Colomer ( ou justamente pela razão inversa. por las horas que . sharing their readings and, especially experiencing, as says Colomer () , . COLOMER, Teresa (), Andar entre livros – a leitura literária na escola.

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A Aventura do Livro: Keywords aesthetics artistic installation community entrd arts digital culture digital writing electronic literature generative poetry immersive virtual reality multimodality paratext poetry reading remediation social media sound poetry soundscape storytelling voice writing. We have identified their means of search and access to the works and the experience of digital literary reading, considering that it includes the reading of works of both digital and digitized literature.


Digital Literary Reading Experiences by Young Readers

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Os Desafios da Escrita. Do Leitor ao Navegador. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation menu Skip to site footer. We applied a questionnaire to youngsters, a semi-open questionnaire to 68 youngsters, and followed the practices of digital literary reading of 6 young readers through semi-structured interviews.