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  How to read and write new media

New media writing is exciting and interactive

We aim to provide ways in which everyone can contribute uniquely web-based wiriting. The Planet of Dreams template is the first - it comes with full teachers' notes and support and requires no knowledge of HTML. We aim to provide further templates in due course, as part of the Writers For The Future in The Classroom project, for teachers to use to create new media writing quickly and easily in classes or groups.

If you would like to create a web-based project that takes advantage of new technology, please get in touch and we will do what we can to help you.

How to contribute writing

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What is new media writing? Opening the Space

We plan to develop specific guidelines and reosurces for young writers of new media and their teachers. Meanwhile you can read:

Online guide and introduction to new media writing

Toolkit for new media writers

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