Jaime Alejandro Rodriguez
Colombian, writer, university professor and researcher. Master in Literature from the Javeriana University and PhD in Philology from the UNED (Spain). Author of three novels (Gabriella Infinita, Due Process and El infierno de Amaury); three books of stories (Album, Fiction and oblivion and Mundane Chronicles); and two literary hypermedia (Gabriella Infinita: grant from the Ministry of Culture of Colombia, and Golpe de grace: winner of the first Microsoft/UCM International Digital Literature Award, Spain).
He has published several books of essays, among which stand out: Hypertext and literature, a battle for the sign in postmodern times; The digital story, towards a new narrative art?; Thirteen reasons to talk about cyberculture; and Narratopedia, reflections on digital narrative, collective creation and cyberculture. Also author of numerous articles published in national and international magazines. Researcher in the areas of narratology, digital storytelling, cyberculture and virtual education. He currently works as Director of the Master's Degree in Literature at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Bogotá, Colombia) and coordinator of the line "Knowledge Society, communication and educational processes" of the Doctorate in Social and Human Sciences of the same university.