Lifelong Information Literacy (LILi). LILi is an acronym for a group of librarians from various types of California libraries. Our mission is to investigate information literacy definitions, standards and instruction in California.
Visual Literacy and the Classroom, Erin Riesland.... discusses how educators have been reconsidering what it means to be literate for some time. She references work of the The New London Group (1996) on multiliteracies, redefines literacy, discusses the developments in hypermedia since the 1960s and the shift from print to nonlinear text. Then she discusses the integration of visual literacy and learning by design into the curriculum.
David Crystal's website. Crystal is well known for his books on Language. He writes on child language, clinical linguistics, creative writing, English Language, Internet Language, Language and Diversity, and Language and Education.
Curating a flow of ideas about the intersection of design, literacy and multimodality...a Scoop.It! curated by Matthew Hall. (digital literacy, generative art, creativity tool kit, music, emotion and the brain, photographs, social marketing, more.
Workshop slides for ISTE conference 2011. Dr. Helen Barrett's founder of REAL ePortfolio Academy (electronicportfolios.org) presents: Hands-on mPortfolio Development with iOS devices iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad.
David Warlick discusses why we are redefining literacy and learning in the 21st Century and he identifies resources that literacy educators consult. Some questions he poses that are worth continuing to consider: What do we need to know...? How do we distinguish good from bad knowledge? What does it do to value information if everyone is a producer? How do we address ethics?
London Knowledge Lab :: exploring the future of learning with digital technologies. The project is updating and analyzing a collection of children's games and songs at the British Library, digitizing the collection, and designing an interactive website that will be available to researchers, children, parents and the public.
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Check out http://digitalcitizenship.net!...Nine Themes of digital citizenship include access, commerce, communication, literacy, etiquette, law, rights and responsibilities, health and wellness, security... The group suggests that to get a good REP online... one must respect self and others, educate self and connect with others, and protect one's self and others. (Site created by Mike Ripple 2007-2011)
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