At one time not so long ago, literacy was defined as the ability to read and write and the school library was a place where students came to check our books to read or to find information in reference books.
Learning basic digital skills through use of a network is somewhat of a contradiction. Hence, I have commented on Siemens’s key principles in the context of this most fundamental learning in a networked world. In the developing world, the most basic of digital skills (keyboard, mouse, logging on etc.) have to be learned before more valuable skills (searching, publishing) can be developed.
A website dedicated to informing secondary students and their teachers of copyright law, plagiarism policies, and caveats in order to uphold literary integrity and digital ethics through a compilation of various media.
Jason Hamilton: "It's impossible to track down exactly when transmedia began to take effect as a major form of storytelling. As with any movement, it built up bit by bit, and is still gaining momentum. However, almost anyone with any knowledge in the area would agree that one of the biggest early influences was the film Star Wars and the pop culture phenomenon it started."
This post is from Chrome Story - Chrome Is What You Make Of It This one is… crazy, funny but useful for many who will miss Google Reader when it is finally closed down. Feedly Reader is a Google Chrome extension that redesigns your Feedly to make...