One of my takeaways is:
'In the literature about boundary crossing and boundary objects, Akkerman and Bakker (2011) discern four learning mechanisms, one of them being transformation.
Transformation involves confrontation and continuous work which leads to profound changes in practices where in-between, or boundary, practices may be created. They see hybridization, where “ingredients from different contexts are combined into something new and unfamiliar”, as one of the processes involved in transformation. When practices cross boundaries and engage in a creative process, something hybrid emerges.' - Godhe and Lindstrom 2014.
Creating multimodal texts could be the creative process where the boundary is crossed, meaning engagement spills over into print-based texts as well.