Literacy In The Digital University

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Literacy In The Digital University

Author : Robin Goodfellow
ISBN : 9781135108588
Genre : Education
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Literacy in the Digital University is an innovative volume bringing together perspectives from two fields of enquiry and practice: ‘literacies and learning’ and ‘learning technologies’. With their own histories and trajectories, these fields have seldom overlapped either in practice, theory, or research. In tackling this divide head on, the volume breaks new ground. It illustrates how complementary and contrasting approaches to literacy and technology can be brought together in productive ways and considers the implications of this for practitioners working across a wide range of contexts. The book showcases work from well-respected authorities in the two fields in order to provide the foundations for new conversations about learning and practice in the digital university. It will be of particular relevance to university teachers and researchers, educational developers and learning technologists, library staff, university managers and policy makers, and, not least, learners themselves, particularly those studying at post-graduate level.
Category: Education

Teaching Literacy In The Digital Age

Author : Mark Gura
ISBN : 9781564845467
Genre : Education
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Each activity in this book is tagged with a recommended level, main technologies used, and literacy covered, and all are aligned to the NETS•S and Common Core State Standards. You can easily adapt the majority of the activities for any level with minor modifications, including for student with special needs and English language learners.
Category: Education

Posthumanism And The Digital University

Author : Lesley Gourlay
ISBN : 9781350038189
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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It is a commonplace in educational policy and theory to claim that digital technology has 'transformed' the university, the nature of learning and even the essence of what it means to be a scholar or a student. However, these claims have not always been based on strong research evidence. What are students and scholars actually doing in the day-to-day life of the digital university? This book examines in detail how the world of the digital interacts with texts, artefacts, devices and humans, in the contemporary university setting. Weaving together perspectives from a range of thinkers and disciplinary sources, Lesley Gourlay draws on ideas from posthuman and new materialist theory in particular, to open up our understanding about how digital knowledge practices operate. She proposes that digital engagement in the university should not be regarded as 'virtual' or disembodied, but instead may be understood as a complex set of entanglements of the body, texts and material artefacts, making a case that agency and the ways in which knowledge emerges should be regarded as 'more than human'.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Literacy Theories For The Digital Age

Author : Dr. Kathy A. Mills
ISBN : 9781783094646
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Winner of the 2017 Edward Fry Book Award from the Literacy Research Association. Literacy Theories for the Digital Age insightfully brings together six essential approaches to literacy research and educational practice. The book provides powerful and accessible theories for readers, including Socio-cultural, Critical, Multimodal, Socio-spatial, Socio-material and Sensory Literacies. The brand new Sensory Literacies approach is an original and visionary contribution to the field, coupled with a provocative foreword from leading sensory anthropologist David Howes. This dynamic collection explores a legacy of literacy research while showing the relationships between each paradigm, highlighting their complementarity and distinctions. This highly relevant compendium will inspire researchers and teachers to explore new frontiers of thought and practice in times of diversity and technological change.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Handbook Of Research On Media Literacy In The Digital Age

Author : Yildiz, Melda N.
ISBN : 9781466696686
Genre : Education
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With the current ubiquity of technological tools and digital media, having the skillset necessary to use and understand digital media is essential. Integrating media literacy into modern day education can cultivate a stronger relationship between technology, educators, as well as students. The Handbook of Research on Media Literacy in the Digital Age presents key research in the field of digital media literacy with a specific emphasis on the need for pre-service and in-service educators to become familiar and comfortable with the current digital tools and applications that are an essential part of youth culture. Presenting pedagogical strategies as well as practical research and applications of digital media in various aspects of culture, society, and education, this publication is an ideal reference source for researchers, educators, graduate-level students, and media specialists.
Category: Education

Handbook Of Research On Media Literacy In Higher Education Environments

Author : Cubbage, Jayne
ISBN : 9781522540601
Genre : Education
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Media is rapidly evolving, from social media to news channels, individuals are being bombarded with headlines, new technologies, and varying opinions. Teaching the next generation of communication professionals how to interact with varying forms of media is paramount as they will be the future distributors of news and information. The Handbook of Research on Media Literacy in Higher Education Environments provides emerging research on the role of journalism and mass communication education in the digital era. While highlighting topics such as community media labs, political cognition, and public engagement, this publication explores the impact of globalization and a changing and diversified world within the realm of higher education. This publication is an important resource for educators, academicians, professionals, and researchers seeking current research on applications and strategies in promoting media and digital studies in higher education.
Category: Education

Digital Games

Author : Catherine Beavis
ISBN : 9781743051276
Genre : Computer-assisted instruction
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Digital Games: Literacy in action is the result of a wide-ranging investigation into the educational possibilities involved in young people's games. From their creation in the classroom to analysing games and the world of games as text, academics and teachers are now taking seriously the serious play of young people.
Category: Computer-assisted instruction

Youth Online

Author : Angela Thomas
ISBN : 0820478547
Genre : Education
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Youth Online chronicles the stories of young people from several countries - the US, Australia, Canada, Switzerland, and Holland - and their interactions in online communities over a seven-year period. It examines how young people construct their identities in various social contexts: social, fantasy, role-playing; and for various social purposes: leadership, learning, power, rebellion and romance. It explores the ways youth are deploying both visual and literary cues to develop a full sense of presence online and to effectively communicate with their peers. Using methods of textual, visual, and socio-psychological analysis, this book illuminates the ways in which young people are making sense of their own identities and their place within broader communities.
Category: Education

Literacy In The Digital Age

Author : R.W. Burniske
ISBN : 9781412957458
Genre : Education
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Expand students’ digital literacy and critical thinking as they learn to evaluate the validity of written and visual content online and use language tactfully and ethically.
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Information Literacy In The Digital Age

Author : Teresa Welsh
ISBN : 9781780630359
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book examines the various types of literacy that are important in the Digital Age of rapid technological change and proliferating information resources in a variety of formats. According to the American Library Association (www.ala.org), “information literacy is a set of abilities requiring individuals to recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information. Information literacy forms the basis for lifelong learning and is common to all disciplines, to all learning environments, and to all levels of education. Information literacy is an umbrella term that includes a variety of specific competencies: cultural literacy, library literacy, computer literacy, network literacy, and media literacy. Each topic addressed in the book includes contextual background information, basic concepts, a resource list, exercises and activities to reinforce the important learning concepts addressed in each chapter. Based on content, resources, assignments, and exercises developed for an academic information literacy course In addition to scholarly content on particular topics, each chapter will include practical applications and activities related to information literacy concepts
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Information Literacy Programs In The Digital Age

Author : Alice Daugherty
ISBN : 9780838984444
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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From the Introduction: This book will be useful to those just now contemplating an online program for their institution. The examples included in this book provide the practical food for thought that should precede and stoke strategic planning. For further information on a particular program, the authors have generously included their e-mail addresses with their biographical information. We hope the programs described in this book provide some modicum of inspiration and guidance as you travel into the realm of online information literacy instruction.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Literacy In A Digital World

Author : Kathleen Tyner
ISBN : 9781135690847
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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In this book, Kathleen Tyner examines the tenets of literacy through a historical lens to demonstrate how new communication technologies are resisted and accepted over time. New uses of information for teaching and learning create a "disconnect" in the complex relationship between literacy and schooling, and raise questions about the purposes of literacy in a global, networked, educational environment. The way that new communication technologies change the nature of literacy in contemporary society is discussed as a rationale for corresponding changes in schooling. Digital technologies push beyond alphabetic literacy to explore the way that sound, image, and text can be incorporated into education. Attempts to redefine literacy terms--computer, information, technology, visual, and media literacies--proliferate and reflect the need to rethink entrenched assumptions about literacy. These multiple literacies are advanced to help users make sense of the information glut by fostering the ability to access, analyze, and produce communication in a variety of forms. Tyner explores the juncture between two broad movements that hope to improve education: educational technology and media education. A comparative analysis of these two movements develops a vision of teaching and learning that is critical, hands on, inquiry-based, and suitable for life in a mobile, global, participatory democracy.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The War On Learning

Author : Elizabeth Losh
ISBN : 9780262027380
Genre : Education
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An examination of technology-based education initiatives -- from MOOCs to virtual worlds -- that argues against treating education as a product rather than a process.
Category: Education

University Libraries And Digital Learning Environments

Author : Mr Matt Holland
ISBN : 9781409486565
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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University libraries around the world have embraced the possibilities of the digital learning environment, facilitating its use and proactively seeking to develop the provision of electronic resources and services. The digital environment offers opportunities and challenges for librarians in all aspects of their work - in information literacy, virtual reference, institutional repositories, e-learning, managing digital resources and social media. The authors in this timely book are leading experts in the field of library and information management, and are at the forefront of change in their respective institutions. University Libraries and Digital Learning Environments will be invaluable for all those involved in managing libraries or learning services, whether acquiring electronic resources or developing and delivering services in digital environments.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Media Education For A Digital Generation

Author : Julie Frechette
ISBN : 9781317402978
Genre : Social Science
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Media education for digital citizenship is predicated upon the ability to access, analyze, evaluate and produce media content and communication in a variety of forms. While many media literacy approaches overemphasize the end-goal of accessing digital media content through the acquisition of various technology, software, apps and analytics, this book argues that the goals for comprehensive and critical digital literacy require grasping the means through which communication is created, deployed, used, and shared, regardless of which tools or platforms are used for meaning making and social interaction. Drawing upon the intersecting matrices of digital literacy and media literacy, the volume provides a framework for developing critical digital literacies by exploring the necessary skills and competencies for engaging students as citizens of the digital world.
Category: Social Science

Let S Get Digital

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ISBN : OCLC:1037948953
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The increased use and accessibility of digital technologies is predicted to cause a fundamental shift in the way young people communicate, socialize, learn and create. If young people really are learning differently, educators will need to find new ways to appeal to students' interests and engage them with course material. Digital Humanities initiatives with an emphasis on pedagogy, like the one at San Diego State University (SDSU), may be the answer to incorporating technology into the liberal arts classroom. Not only are these initiatives helping professors engage with students in new ways, but they are also teaching students how to use digital technologies critically and creatively. As multimodal and digital media become legitimate sources of knowledge and communication in education, students are no longer confined to reading from a textbook or traditional lectures. Now different and new forms of media (Web 2.0), such as social media, and student-created websites and blogs are incorporated into coursework. I explore the assumptions that go into transforming pedagogy at the university level to include digital media in undergraduate writing courses at SDSU. I take an ethnographic approach to investigating perceptions of the ways in which these forms of media are incorporated into Rhetoric of Written Arguments classes (RWS 100). In the Fall of 2016, I conducted in-class participant observation and in-depth interviews with students, instructors, and faculty. I also administered a questionnaire on student blog use. Additionally, I incorporated results from two of Dr. Chris Werry's RWS 100 surveys on digital literacy. I specifically explore how these groups conceptualize digital literacy compared to traditional forms of literacy, and how their media ideologies affect their uses and reactions toward using Web 2.0 tools for educational outcomes. Among these three groups, I found there to be a wide range of experience, comfort levels, and ideologies surrounding the use of digital media. Not only does this diversity challenge the assumptions associated with the digital native/digital immigrant binary, but it also provides insights into how these transformations in pedagogy are being received and how to introduce and maintain initiatives, like the Digital Humanities Initiative at SDSU.
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Handbook Of Research On Integrating Digital Technology With Literacy Pedagogies

Author : Sullivan, Pamela M.
ISBN : 9781799802471
Genre : Education
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The allure and marketplace power of digital technologies continues to hold sway over the field of education with billions spent annually on technology in the United States alone. Literacy instruction at all levels is influenced by these evolving and ever-changing tools. While this opens the door to innovations in literacy curricula, it also adds a pedagogical responsibility to operate within a well-developed conceptual framework to ensure instruction is complemented or augmented by technology and does not become secondary to it. The Handbook of Research on Integrating Digital Technology With Literacy Pedagogies is a comprehensive research publication that considers the integration of digital technologies in all levels of literacy instruction and prepares the reader for inevitable technological advancements and changes. Covering a wide range of topics such as augmented reality, literacy, and online games, this book is essential for educators, administrators, IT specialists, curriculum developers, instructional designers, teaching professionals, academicians, researchers, education stakeholders, and students.
Category: Education

Literacy In The Digital Age

Author : Frank B. Withrow
ISBN : UOM:39015057574702
Genre : Education
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Withrow, formerly a learning technologist with the US Department of Education, examines the transition from a world of books and libraries, and their influence on schools, to a digital world of electronic text, television, and the Internet, exploring what the transition means for schools.
Category: Education

E Literature For Children

Author : Len Unsworth
ISBN : 041533330X
Genre : Education
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This book will help practising teachers and students of teacher education to understand the differences and similarities in literary experience for children through classic, contemporary and innovative narratives in both book and computer formats - in order to enhance their pupils' enjoyment and understanding fo the text.
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Undoing The Digital

Author : Cathy Burnett
ISBN : 9781000046090
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Undoing the Digital challenges common ways of understanding digital technology and its relationships to literacy and literacy education. The book explores how a sociomaterial perspective can provide an alternative analysis of literacy in the context of digital communication. Introducing a series of conceptual tools and examples, the book examines digital communication as an emergent interweaving of social, material and semiotic resources. The perspective invites literacy research to focus more on the relations associated with the process of making meaning: the new collaborations, stories, conceptualisations, directions, and intentions that take shape in, and also help to shape, the contemporary mediascape. Drawing on studies conducted in a variety of contexts, this book is key reading for all advanced students and researchers of literacy and digital media within Education, Applied Linguistics and Media/Communication Studies.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines