This is the second part of an early video that I made for LFYT 2007. In the syllabus, I committed to making one video every two weeks. My goal in this video was to exemplify by opposition (bad video on purpose): reading a talk at a podium does not a good YouTube video make, even if it is an effective method for education that succeeds in other contexts and for specific audiences (humanities scholars read densely written papers as the privileged form of giving talks).
Composition/rhetoric is transforming to include competency in new media technologies. Writing studies can now include the "teaching and learning of language and literacy in multiple contexts and multiple modes, including print, digital, and visual."[cit]
"The New Queer Cinema
was coined by B. Ruby Rich
in several publications (including the British film journal Sight & Sound
, as well as the New York weekly The Village Voice
) to describe the appearance of certain films at the Sundance Film Festival in the early 1990s that evinced a politicized stance towards queer culture." [cit]