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El abanico de Libra: una novela transmedia

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El abanico de Libra es la segunda entrega de la saga Los elegidos. En la primera, La flauta de Acuario, Sara descubre en su doceavo año de vida que es una elegida y lo que ello implica: en su largo viaje a través del tiempo ha de cumplir una misión en cada vida, que le permitirá transitar al siguiente signo del zodiaco. Sara ha nacido bajo el signo de Acuario, el onceavo de los doce, y ahora sabe que la misión que debe cumplir es el destino de Hefesto, aunque lejos está de comprender lo que ello significa. Acompaña a Sara en esta nueva etapa de su viaje, en donde descubrirá su vida pasada bajo el signo de Libra, y avanzará en su entendimiento de la misión que debe cumplir en su actual existencia. Sumérgete en una obra transmedia que combina el libro impreso y dos componentes digitales en línea, que se articulan en una travesía plena de aventura, fantasía, ficción histórica, romance y suspenso.
... The sequel, El abanico de Libra: Una novela transmedia 3 (Zorrilla, 2017), was financed by the National Fund for Culture and Arts (FONCA). It followed the same model, consisting of a printed book and continued to build content on both online platforms: the main character's diary and the digital duo. ...
... 1. Reading a transmedia novel. In this experience, the reading material was the second book in the saga, titled El abanico de Libra: Una novela transmedia (Zorrilla, 2017). This second installment also combines a printed book and the two online extensions. ...
... Following on the results obtained from the ERC experience, a few years later, armed with a new product, the second installment of the transmedia saga, El abanico de Libra: Una novela transmedia (Zorrilla, 2017), we decided to explore deeper and further our previous findings related to co-creation and the social dimension of reading. ...
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For decades, reading circles have been important both as strategies to promote reading and as social environments for talking about what has been read. This chapter presents two educational experiences based on reading circles and empowered with the use of ICT in two private middle schools in Mexico: the enriched reading circle (ERC), a hybrid experience, and the online participatory reading circle (OPRC), a virtual experience. The second one was implemented in the context of physical distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. The aim of both projects was to promote participatory reading and to develop transliteracy skills; this chapter presents some of the results.
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