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New Languages and Readings in Digital Contexts. Novas Linguagens e Leituras em Contextos Digitais.
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Habilidades para la lectura digital - Infotecarios

Habilidades para la lectura digital - Infotecarios | Litteris | Scoop.it

Cuáles son las demandas que dichos textos imponen a los lectores y partir de ahí para desarrollar nuevas habilidades requeridas para este tipo de lectura.


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Domínio público: o 'Pequeno Príncipe' é de (quase) todos

Domínio público: o 'Pequeno Príncipe' é de (quase) todos | Litteris | Scoop.it

O caso mais polêmico deste ano é o ingresso em domínio público do "O Pequeno Príncipe", um dos maiores fenômenos editoriais de todos os tempos. Para o ano que vem, esperem ainda mais polêmica.

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Marketing y Servicios: ¿Qué será del libro en la era digital?

Marketing y Servicios: ¿Qué será del libro en la era digital? | Litteris | Scoop.it
Nuevo post ¿Qué será del libro en la era digital?: Más vale no decir “revolución digital” con respecto a los l... http://t.co/I7ry14N1Sy

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Bookshare: Sitio web que ofrece lecturas para las personas con discapacidad para la leer

Bookshare: Sitio web que ofrece lecturas para las personas con discapacidad para la leer | Litteris | Scoop.it

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50 most popular images about books, reading, and libraries

50 most popular images about books, reading, and libraries | Litteris | Scoop.it
A list of images about books, reading, and libraries, that were most frequently shared on Facebook, Pinterest, and other social media networks.

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They're watching you read

They're watching you read | Litteris | Scoop.it

What are the implications for readers, and writers, of new technology allowing publishers to know which books we’ve finished or not finished, how fast we have read them, and precisely where we snapped shut the cover?


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Creating Book Trailers

Creating Book Trailers | Litteris | Scoop.it

Sometimes it's the last minute ideas that work the best! I had a teacher ask me to present something about creating book trailers to his students. I threw this Slides presentation together, added some sample Powtoons I'd made last week, and they loved it.


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Sandra Carswell's curator insight, January 17, 11:45 AM

Quick ppt for tips on creating a booktrailer.

Mick Huiet's curator insight, January 19, 11:56 PM

Great visuals and links to creation sites.  Good for most ages intermediate and up!

Character Minutes's curator insight, January 22, 11:50 AM

Great way to promote character trait "creative" as a conclusion to reading the book.

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52 Terrific Tips for Writing Better

52 Terrific Tips for Writing Better | Litteris | Scoop.it
You can pursue your passion more practically with this load of links and tools.

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The challenge of letting go of books - Unclutterer

The challenge of letting go of books - Unclutterer | Litteris | Scoop.it
Though letting go of books can be challenging, there are things you can do to ensure that they don't clutter your space.

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The psychology of why little kids are completely obsessed with ‘Frozen’

The psychology of why little kids are completely obsessed with ‘Frozen’ | Litteris | Scoop.it

When the animated film “Frozen” was released last year, no one expected it to become a worldwide juggernaut. “Frozen,” which earned more than $1.2 billion at the box office, is not only the first “princess” movie to make the list of top 10 grossing animated films. Even more astonishingly, it is also the No. 1 animated film of all time. Talk about shattering the glass ceiling, or in this case, the glass slipper.

Little girls have long been drawn to princesses, a trend documented by Peggy Orenstein in 2011’s Cinderella Ate My Daughter: Dispatches from the Front Lines of the New Girlie-Girl Culture. In the past few decades, animated heroines have become increasingly diverse and self-reliant, which has broadened their appeal. In the 1990s, Disney introduced Jasmine and Mulan, offering new cultural backgrounds and brown eyes. And in 2009, with the “Princess and the Frog,” Disney finally created an American princess who just happened to be black. In all of these stories, the prince is still present, but the princess is often just as tough.

Nevertheless, some aspects of the princess franchises never seem to change: Children remain enraptured not just by the movies but by the costumes and the toys, too. But what is it that makes “Frozen” so much more appealing than its forebears — and why does it enrapture young children in particular?

As psychologists (who happen to be sisters, just like the heroines in the film) and the mothers of princess-loving daughters, we decided to consider this question.

 

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Nuno Bernardo: Not all your fans are born equal [#Transmedia]

Nuno Bernardo: Not all your fans are born equal [#Transmedia] | Litteris | Scoop.it

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"When it comes to transmedia projects, there is no magic formula to reach your fans, says beActive's CEO [Nuno Bernado]"

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The Future of Libraries Has Little to Do with Books | Rosie Spinks | Good.is

The Future of Libraries Has Little to Do with Books | Rosie Spinks | Good.is | Litteris | Scoop.it

On a Monday morning between Christmas and New Year’s Eve in Paris, the line for modern art museum Centre Georges Pompidou winds around the block. But the patrons waiting in the cold aren’t there to catch a glimpse of a Magritte—they’re young locals queueing for access through the museum’s back door to another attraction: Bibliothèque publique d'information, or the public library.

In a digital age that has left book publishers reeling, libraries in the world’s major cities seem poised for a comeback, though it’s one that has very little to do with books. The Independent Library Report—published in December by the U.K.’s Department for Culture, Media, and Sport—found that libraries across the nation are re-inventing themselves by increasingly becoming “vibrant and attractive community hubs,” focusing on the “need to create digital literacy—and in an ideal world, digital fluency.”

 

Taking into account the proliferation of freelancing, the gig economy, and remote-working (also known as ‘technomadism’), the rise of library as community hub begins to make sense. Cities are increasingly attracting location-independent workers, and those workers need space and amenities that expensive and unreliable coffee shops simply can’t provide enough of.

 

Furthermore, when one considers that the most vulnerable and underserved city-dwellers are also those who generally don’t have access to the internet, the need for a free and publicly connected space becomes even clearer. A beautiful example of the important civic role libraries play took place during Ferguson’s recent upheaval, when the local and under-staffed library opened its doors and served as a community haven while most schools and businesses were shuttered.

 

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Sara Conway Gurney's curator insight, January 10, 5:10 PM

The Future of Libraries Has Little to do with Books. (January 8, 2015). magazine.good.is

 

I found this article similar to a recent project that a classmate, Karen Brinker. She informed me about a program in Chicago called YOUmedia, where young people can visit the free digital library and have access to music studios, and digital learning. This idea is also an interesting concept for the future of education. I believe students have an innate desire to use technology and apply it to their personal passions and interests. What better way could we facilitate their education than by providing resources such as these!

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The Best Ways to Sell Books Online And Offline

The Best Ways to Sell Books Online And Offline | Litteris | Scoop.it
Should book marketing be constrained to online efforts only, or is there still room for more traditional methods? You may be surprised at the conclusions!

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Brian S's curator insight, January 22, 3:53 AM

Online is not the only way to promote books.

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Más apuestas por los nuevos canales de venta de ebooks | Comunicación Cultural

Más apuestas por los nuevos canales de venta de ebooks | Comunicación Cultural | Litteris | Scoop.it

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Marianela Camacho Alfaro's curator insight, January 19, 6:40 PM

"Una inteligente iniciativa que nace a raíz de la gradual desaparición del tradicional canal de ventas, las librerías físicas, y que puede ayudar a reducir la creciente posición dominante de Amazon en la venta de libros de papel y digital".

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Black Lives Matter: Building Empathy Through Reading (Part I) | The Hub

Black Lives Matter: Building Empathy Through Reading (Part I) | The Hub | Litteris | Scoop.it

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BJ Neary's curator insight, January 19, 8:03 PM

Such great titles, look for Part 2 soon!

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Thomas Merton, místico do século XX

Thomas Merton, místico do século XX | Litteris | Scoop.it
Pacifista, ativista, conhecedor de espiritualidades ocidentais e orientais, prolífico escritor, ele faria 100 anos no próximo dia 31
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Widgets are coming to Book Creator - choose your favourites! - Book Creator app | Blog

Widgets are coming to Book Creator - choose your favourites! - Book Creator app | Blog | Litteris | Scoop.it

Work is underway on Book Creator 4.0 which will add support for widgets (similar to iBooks Author). We're supercharging Book Creator for iPad!


Via Dr. Joan McGettigan, Aki Puustinen, Mark E. Deschaine Ph.D.
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The future of books looks a lot like the past

The future of books looks a lot like the past | Litteris | Scoop.it

Being a member and borrowing books? It all sounds very familiar.


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Marginalized

Marginalized | Litteris | Scoop.it
Notes in manuscripts and colophons made by medieval scribes and copyists.
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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, January 16, 8:08 PM

Margins are interesting places to find creative words and people.

 

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El libro impreso frente al libro digital: hacia una convivencia pacífica | Blog de CNIIE

El libro impreso frente al libro digital: hacia una convivencia pacífica | Blog de CNIIE | Litteris | Scoop.it

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4 Stages of Teaching Writing to Children

4 Stages of Teaching Writing to Children | Litteris | Scoop.it
Stages of writing development examples and images. A gradual release towards independence will result in improving writing skills.Teaching writing to children

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A Beautiful Visual on Reading Tips to Use with Students

A Beautiful Visual on Reading Tips to Use with Students | Litteris | Scoop.it

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Jakarta Web Developer's curator insight, January 9, 2:42 PM

be Social:  
https://www.facebook.com/JakartaWebDeveloper

Carla Kessler's curator insight, January 11, 9:34 PM

Make a poster for your classroom with this. #Reading Tips

Venkatesh Iyer (venkyiyer.com)'s curator insight, January 13, 12:47 AM

I like.

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Creación de eBooks con el iPad, recursos

Creación de eBooks con el iPad, recursos | Litteris | Scoop.it

Para iDidactic la elaboración de eBooks con el iPad es uno de los recursos con potencial didáctico y que frecuentemente se suele utilizar poco en los colegios. Como ya sabéis los eBooks permiten aglutinar audio, dibujos, video, texto en un mismo formato. Una de las principales ventajas es la facilidad de edición de los diferente tipos de archivo. En la siguiente presentación elaborada por la colega Karen Bosch podréis encontrar un listado de “Books” creators clasificados en función del tipo de archivos que permiten editar. 


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