Margaret Turner is a visual designer in online media. Her particular research focus is the effect of a networked, nodal publishing medium on traditional linear meaning-making.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Interactivity, the Internet and the Authored Novel: Building on the Relationship between the Reader and the Story

Interactivity design looks at ways to deepen the experience of the reader. This paper presents a model of interactivity for enhancing a reader's journey that does not rely on technology.

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Transitional Movement: Value-Adding Animation Design

Using animation for learning resources can create the problem of distraction from desired learning. It is possible for movement to act as an integral even grammatical device for unfolding meaning.

Article: Print

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New Ways of Writing for Engaging Learning Content

Online content needs to be designed and written differently to print so that it engages the underlying fluid and multi-voiced capacity of the Internet's networked nodal structure

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