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More About This Title Writing for New Media: The Essential Guide to Writing for Interactive Media, CD-ROMs, and the Web
KEN C. POHLMANN is Professor of Music Engineering and Chairman of the Music Media and Industry Department at the University of Miami School of Music, and has written numerous books and articles in the field of digital technology.
WHAT IS INTERACTIVE WRITING?
Books and Ebooks.
Intrinsic Interactivity: Some Media are Already Interactive.
The Role of the Writer in Interactive Media.
WRITING AND THINKING FOR INTERACTIVE MEDIA.
How to Think Interactively.
How to Choose Interactive Content.
Planning for Interactivity in a Linear Title.
INTERACTIVE GRAMMAR—THE PARTS OF INTERACTIVE SPEECH.
The Grammar of Interactivity.
The Writer's Grammar.
Understanding How Interactivity Affects User Comprehension and Retention.
Involving the Reader/User: Using the Second Person.
Being Creative: Enriching the Title.
THE TECHNOLOGY OF INTERACTIVE PUBLISHING.
In and Out of the System.
CD-ROM Verus Online.
Issues for Writers on the World Wide Web.
Very Basically, How Does All This Work?