You do remember how often we said that #NetNarr is not over, right?

We are here to say keep your blogs idling, your twitter accounts revved, and your bots still going, because there will be a new round of Networked Narratives in January 2018.

For this blockbuster sequel, Alan Levine will be teaching a course at Kean University called… “Digital Alchemy & Networked Narratives” — this course has a different ID number than the first one, which means those students who took the first one can also sign up for the new one. Bring a friend. Or 12.

Yes, the class this time will be even more networked, as Mia Zamora will bring a group of students in from Norway, where she is teaching a course at the University of Bergen where she is spend a year on a Fulbright.

So stay tuned to this space or the #netnarr tag in twitter.

It will be networked, narrative, and but quite different too.


Featured Image: Coming soon flickr photo by Skley shared under a Creative Commons (BY-ND) license

Alan Levine

Alan Levine feels weird writing about himself in the third person. A 1990s pioneer on the web and early proponent of blogging, he shares his ideas at CogDogBlog.com. His interests include web storytelling (#ds106 #4life), mocking MOOCs, daily photography, bending WordPress, and randomly dipping into the infinite river of the internet. He and his dog enjoy the peace of a little home in Strawberry, Arizona.

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