Contents: Colin Lankshear/Michele Knobel: DIY media: A contextual background and some contemporary themes - Erik Jacobson: Music remix in the classroom - Christopher Shamburg: DIY podcasting in education - Guy Merchant: Visual networks: Learning and photosharing - John Potter: Photoshopping/photosharing: New media, digital literacies and curatorship - Susan Luckman/Robin Potanin: Machinima: Why think "games" when thinking "film"? - Angela Thomas/Nicole Tufano: Stop motion animation - Rebecca Orlowicz: Flash fundamentals: DIY animation and interactive design - Michele Knobel/Colin Lankshear/Matthew Lewis: AMV remix: Do-it-yourself anime music videos - Henry Jenkins: Afterword.
The Editors: Michele Knobel is a professor at Montclair State University. She has worked within teacher education in Australia, Mexico and the U.S. Her research interests focus principally on young people's literacy practices, and the study of the relationship between new literacies and digital technologies. Her books include Everyday Literacies; Handbook for Teacher Research (with Colin Lankshear); and A New Literacies Sampler (co-edited with Colin Lankshear). Colin Lankshear is adjunct professor at James Cook University in Australia and at McGill and Mount St. Vincent Universities in Canada. His current research and publishing focus mainly on literacy and other social practices involving new technologies. Recent books include two editions of New Literacies (with Michele Knobel), and Digital Literacies (co-edited with Michele Knobel).