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2.tips for making a hypertext diagram:

Read closely these excerptsLinks to an external site(https://www.tor.com/2015/08/17/excerpts-binti-nnedi-okorafor/).

from the short story Binti by science fiction writer Nnedi Okorafor. Use the reading questions to guide you through the story, and if you want to explore more of Okorafor’s universe watch her Ted Talk from 2017. TED talk。 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mt0PiXLvYlU&feature=youtu.be 1. A visualized diagram in PDF, or HTML, or a website link, using HypertextLinks to an external site., inspired by ideas of the text about your own personal identity and imagining alternative futures for the place you inhabit. You can collect keywords from the original text, or invent your own and link them with other words, texts, images, videos, or sounds.

free to incorporate any material digital or analog (found text, images, or sounds from the web, photographs, sketches, collages etc) to create the visual imagery of your diagram as long as you embed them into your project and make them clickable. Think creatively! 2.Tips for making a Hypertext diagram: Select which platform you would use to make your Hypertext. A great way to get started is using Powerpoint, Google Slides, Keynote, Word etc.

This will allow you to hyperlink text, images, or one slide to another easily. There are also more advanced tools, like TwineLinks to an external site., or using HTML for your Hypertext, but you don’t have to use those unless you want to. For inspiration, take a look at the Rhizome Hypertext collectionLinks to an external site., or if you want to explore even more, the Rhizome ArtBaseLinks to an external site. which includes a number of screen-based works from 1999 until today.