Transliteracy is the ability to read, write and interact across a range of platforms, tools and media from signing and orality through handwriting, print, TV, radio and film, to digital social networks.
National Louis University's Gail Bush, Ph.D., professor in the National College of Education, describes how teachers need to adjust their skill sets to a concept of 21st century information transliteracy, where the validity of sources is more...
THIS IS A STATIC SITE. To find out the latest in transliteracy research, search Twitter for #transliteracy. (by Sue Thomas) (Excellent! “@soler_andrea: #NMN #transliteracy Witnessing the exhilaration of a trend that has been building.
Photo by Peter M. Fisher/Thinkstock Getty Images for SLJ. As younger and younger children recognize and use electronic devices as sources of information and entertainment, what is the impact on their literacy skills?
An Introductory Guide to Content Curation on Transliteracy: Physical, Augmented, & Virtual Worlds curated by Valerie Hill (An Introductory Guide to Content Curation | @scoopit via @Gutjhy http://t.co/BLob32cXgw)...
empower - give (someone) the authority or power to do something – Oxford Dictionary of American English Someone whom I greatly admire recently set me thinking about the mission of librarians. David Lankes has that effect on many of us.
Tagged as Competency, instruction, transliteracy, university teaching and learning · ← Shifting Competencies ... Those literacies include media, digital, information, visual, transliteracy, and social literacy.