Research and writing - essential skills for academic inquiry - are at the core of undergraduate and graduate studies. Research, Write, Create: Connecting Scholarship and Digital Media is a concise and essential book that guides students through the task of writing proposals, term papers, and
major research projects. The authors, both experts in media literacy and digital projects, place traditional research methodology within the present research context, allowing for the incorporation of newer digital tools throughout the process. Research, Write, Create is the only Canadian research text that enables students to envision a research project, execute comprehensive research within digital media, and make use of new tools available through schools, libraries, and the Internet. As both an advanced research and writing resource
and an essential guide to conducting research and conceiving projects in a digital world, Research, Write, Create will have appeal to a wide range of students.
About the Author
Twyla Gibson was until very recently assistant professor of culture and technology at the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto. She is now assistant professor of information at the School of Information Science and Learning Technologies at the University of Missouri, where she teachescourses on digital humanities research and the history, philosophy, and ethics of information and media. Mark Lipton is associate professor in the School of English and Theatre Studies at the University of Guelph. He also teaches in the media studies program at Guelph Humber College, where he teaches courses about media and communication, digital literacy and pedagogy, performance studies, and researchmethods.