Transliteracy @ School
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What the heck is transliteracy anyway?
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Transforming Information Literacy for Today’s K-12 Learners | Buffy Hamilton

Transforming Information Literacy for Today’s K-12 Learners Through the Lenses of Transliteracy, Inquiry, and Participatory Learning


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Beginner’s Guide to Transliteracy

Beginner’s Guide to Transliteracy | Transliteracy @ School | Scoop.it
Where did the term transliteracy come from?

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Libraries and Transliteracy

For more information visit http://librarianbyday.net/transliteracy/ http://librariesandtransliteracy.wordpress.com/ (Check out this presentation : Libraries and Transliteracy http://t.co/o6lMc7KP...

 

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Transliteracy

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.

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MN ARLD Day 2012

Keynote address given at the Minnesota Library Association's Academic and Research Division (ARLD) Day, April 27, 2012.
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Introducing transliteracy

Transliteracy is recent terminology gaining currency in the library world. It is a broad term encompassing and transcending many existing concepts. Because transliteracy is not a library-centric concept, many in the profession are unsure what the term means and how it relates to libraries’ instructional mission and to other existing ideas about various literacies. Transliteracy is such a new concept that its working definition is still evolving and many of its tenets can easily be misinterpreted. Although this term is in flux, academic librarians should watch developments in this new field to continually assess and understand what impact it may have on the ways they assist and interact with their patrons and each other.


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Information Transliteracy in the 21st Centuy Classroom

National Louis University's Gail Bush, Ph.D., professor in the National College of Education, describes how teachers need to move from the 20th century cognitive authority toward the 21st century open model shifting from "answering the question" to "questioning the answer" rationale...


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