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  • The PDA: Developing Literacies Learning Programmes for the Workplace qualification has development of a Professional Development Award (PDA): Developing Literacies Learning. — “Arrangements for:”,
  • We are a network and website for adult literacy researchers and practitioners. — “Festival of Literacies - Home”, literaciesoise.ca
  • Change defines our work as both literacy educators and researchers — by teaching a student to read, we change the world. While it is clear that many new literacies are emerging rapidly, we believe the most essential ones for schools to consider. — “Reading Online - New Literacies: Toward a Theory of New”,
  • Literacies are tools for reading the world—bodies of knowledge, skills, and social practices with The New Literacy Studies that emerged in the 1980s and 1990s, which describe literacies as. — “Multiple Literacies”, calpro-
  • 21st century life requires the mastery of many more literacies than were required as few as ten years ago. Globalization and transnational markets have created a need for financial and democratic literacies. — “Multiple Literacies”, 21
  • The Impact of Digital Literacies on Education "The new literacies include the skills, strategies, and insights necessary to successfully exploit the rapidly changing information and communication technologies that continuously emerge in our world. — “Open Thinking Wiki”,
  • 'Digital literacies' are the constantly changing practices through which people make traceable literacies offered above puts people's practices to the fore, the ways in which they. — “Digital literacies”,
  • The New Literacies Collaborative (NLC) is a multidisciplinary group of educators who promote new literacies into the classroom. — “New Literacies Collaborative”,
  • Electronic literacy also means possessing the knowledge and skills to make sense of the marks one encounters in the world -- to Two distinct kinds of electronic literacy need to be acknowledged: one kind entails making a mark -- being able to record language or pictures or whatever in some form. — “E-literacies”,
  • more on literacies and place. Barbara Comber played with the phrase 'know your place' when she began She argues for a hopeful take on critical literacies with place pedagogies, suggesting that the notion of 'knowing one's place'. — “literacies log”,
  • Literacy has always been a collection of cultural and communicative practices shared among members of particular groups. As society and technology change, so does literacy. These literacies—from reading online newspapers to participating in virtual classrooms—are multiple, dynamic, and malleable. — “21st Century Literacies”,
  • This chapter shows how teachers are helping children around the world develop these new literacies with Internet technologies. It suggests we must begin to include the literacies associated with the Internet in a broader definition of what it means to become literate. — “IRAchapt.html”, sp.uconn.edu
  • The New Literacies Research Team at the University of Connecticut. Preparing Teachers and Students for the New Literacies of Changing Technology. — “The New Literacies Research Team at UConn”, newliteracies.uconn.edu
  • "an alternation of play and reflection is not enough. new methods of reading and writing -- new literacies -- that often clash with conventional print literacy. — “home”,
  • New Literacies — the challenge. Young people are using the New Literacies in droves – things like SMS, Google, Instant Messenging, MySpace, and blogs. Broader concepts like visual literacy' are said to be part of the way that young people communicate. — “New Literacies”, .au
  • : Changing Literacies (Changing Education Series) (9780335196364): Colin Lankshear: Books. — “: Changing Literacies (Changing Education Series”,
  • Including distributed cognition, as one of the new media literacies is our tipping of our hat to the education research that we think the new media literacies aligns with and a chance for you to better "New" Media Literacies does build upon the media literacy movement where we move from. — “New Media Literacies”,
  • Although the term itself continues to be contested by CLAAS faculty, all of the participants agree that "working literacies" refer to the skills and ideas that are most central to their courses – ideas and skills that students will be able to. — “Working Literacies”, uwacadweb.uwyo.edu
  • New literacies generally refers to new forms of literacy made possible by digital technology developments, The term "new literacies" itself is relatively new within the field of literacy studies (the first documented mention of it in an academic article title dates to 1993 in a text by David. — “New literacies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,

Videos

  • Literacies This is an experimental movie made for English Lab 100 showing different opinions of Texas A&M-Commerce faculty members and tutors about literacies.
  • New Literacies Visual Definition
  • New Literacies & Communication.mov Video Project for New Literacies class at University of Arkansas in Little Rock. Class is taught by Dr. Dave Fisher
  • 21st Century Literacies Impact Conference The Partnership for Twenty-First Century Skills and The National Council of Teachers of English Conference in Berkeley, CA.
  • Literacies for Learning in Further Education The first 9 minutes of a 47 minute film based on interviews with lecturers in Further Education. The film counters the current limited view of reading and writing as just 'basic skills'. Full DVD and 38 page colour booklet available from Amazon. It reports research in which subject and vocational lecturers explored the varied social and professional practices of reading and writing which their students use in their daily lives, and need for their studies and careers. The findings offer a valuable framework for teachers and awarding bodies to make the reading and writing within the curriculum more useful for learning and/or more relevant to students' intended careers. The film comes with a 38 page colour booklet with the framework and further information. It is intended as a resource for professional development, teacher education and policy review. Reviews at You can order the DVD with 38 page booklet via the link at http or directly from
  • Web-based new literacies (Part 4) This is my presentation on Friday 9 July 2010 at the Australian Council of TESOL Associations (ACTA) International TESOL Conference that was held from 7-10 July 2010 in the Holiday Inn, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Australia. The title of my presentation was: "Web-based new literacies: Revisiting TESOL and EFL Teacher Education".
  • ECJ Week 9 esponse - Multiple Literacies Multiple Literacies and diversity in the classroom
  • 21st Century Literacies I spoke about 21st century literacies at the Reboot Britain event in London, July, 2009. (About 40 minutes)
  • The New Media Literacies Members of the research team at Project New Media Literacies discuss the social skills and cultural competencies needed to fully engage with today's participatory culture. Featuring Henry Jenkins, and produced by Anna Van Someren at Project New Media Literacies. See more NML videos at techtv.mit.edu
  • Erin Reilly, Project New Media Literacies Erin Reilly, Research Director of Project New Media Literacies, give a recap of their recent conference, "Learning in a Participatory Culture," which included the launch of their Learning Library, a distributed web application that helps educators create media-rich lessons that can be easily published and shared with others. Join the Project NML community site to learn more: .
  • New Literacies for a New Age A Fable for Teachers. Written by Margaret Meijers, illustrated by Susan Meijers
  • 21st Century Literacies Ukraine 21st Century Literacies Digital Story
  • Digital Libraries and Information Literacies A brief video introduction and tour of my ePortfolio, "Digital Libraries & Information Literacies", completed for my Masters in Educational Technology at UBC
  • Web-based new literacies (Part 3) This is my presentation on Friday 9 July 2010 at the Australian Council of TESOL Associations (ACTA) International TESOL Conference that was held from 7-10 July 2010 in the Holiday Inn, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Australia. The title of my presentation was: "Web-based new literacies: Revisiting TESOL and EFL Teacher Education".
  • CollabTech 2010: Keynote: Social Media, Participative Pedagogy, and Digital Literacies Date: Thursday, May 6th, 2010 Location: Thwing Center Ballroom at Case Western Reserve Unviersity Speaker: Howard Rheingold There are a lot of voices talking about social media today, but Howard Rheingold defined the field before it existed. A noted author and commentator, Rheingold has a proven record of accurate technology and social forecasting, over two decades of syndicated columns, best-selling books, and pioneering online enterprises. His latest research and forthcoming book focuses on 21st century literacies -- how individuals and organizations learn to use digital media effectively and credibly. He coined the term "virtual community" in 1987 An acknowledged authority on the marriage of mobile phone, PC, and wireless internet, Rheingold's previous work reveals how this convergence has changed the way we meet, mate, entertain, govern, and conduct business. His book Smart Mobs, named one of the Big Ideas books of 2002 by The New York Times, chronicles the new forms of collective action and cooperation made possible by mobile communications, pervasive computing, and the Internet. Rheingold is the recipient of a 2008 MacArthur Knowledge-Networking Grant through the Foundation's Digital Media and Learning Competition. He was founding Executive Editor of Hotwired, the first commercial webzine where the web-based discussion forum and the online banner ad were invented. Rheingold has appeared on Today, Good Morning America, ABC Primetime Live, CNN, CBS News, NBC News ...
  • Howard Rheingold Howard Rheingold Digital Literacies
  • The New Media Literacies Members of project New Media Literacies talk about the social skills and cultural competencies needed to engage in today's participatory culture. Edited from the original, posted at techtv.mit.edu
  • Web based new literacies: My presentation at the ACTA International TESOL Conference (Part 1) This is my presentation on Friday 9 July 2010 at the Australian Council of TESOL Associations (ACTA) International TESOL Conference that was held from 7-10 July 2010 in the Holiday Inn, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Australia. The title of my presentation was: "Web-based new literacies: Revisiting TESOL and EFL Teacher Education".
  • Developing New Literacies 2009 This is the first video with the participants of the 1st National event on New Literacies held at USP on July 2009
  • Understanding New Literacies for New Times: Pedagogy in Action The challenges associated with the emergence of new literacies within the 21st Century Standards and constructing environments in the classroom that address students life experiences outside the school is a daunting task for teachers. This virtual presentation will highlight the practices of one middle school and one second grade teacher who are engaging children in literacy practices that includes digital media and online environments. The examples shared in this virtual presentation include the use of blogging in Writers' Workshop and constructing digital stories. It is critical that teachers begin to align their teaching with what students are experiencing in their lives outside the school. Luke (1998, p 305) states students "already face and live in the complexities of New Times: a globalized economy, the emergence of new hybrid forms of identities, and new technologies that are transforming traditional print." Therefore, teachers need to be able to help students to know how to critically ***yse texts and produce texts in all the various forms in order to gain literate competence for a rapidly changing work place. Students now engage in reading that is more than the ability to decode and comprehend print as we have known it, and they are involved in a variety of texts that include digital media and online environments. When teachers can draw upon these out of school literacies and use them within the classroom context, they have opportunities to engage students in ...
  • Sunukaddu practices the new media literacies The case for new media literacies is evident in the context of Sunukaddu, a multimedia workshop in meaningful communication for ***s.
  • New Literacies Hyperbole A Short Film featuring my wife, Rachel, and our two cats, Joanzie and Fraulein. This film shows several examples of Hyperbole...we think.
  • e-literate Howard University Freshman Seminar
  • 21st Century Literacies PART 1 OF 5 I spoke about 21st century literacies at the Reboot Britain event in London, July, 2009. (About 40 minutes)
  • LTS: Changing Literacies - Stephen Heppell One of a series of Learning and Teaching Scotland videos in their "Journey to excellence; views from leading thinkers" series.
  • Converging Literacies Center (CLiC): An Introduction Describes the Converging Literacies Center at Texas A&M-Commerce, an integrated model for writing programs. Video presentation by Shannon Carter, Associate Professor of English at Texas A&M-Commerce. Music by Japanese Seizure Robots. Introductory video for article called "The Converging Literacies Center: An Integrated Model for Writing Programs," forthcoming in Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy
  • 21st Century Literacies [Duke University]: What is a 21st Century Literacy? Another short project for my English gateway course, '21st Century Literacies', taught by Cathy Davidson. I interviewed some classmates to ask them something I'd struggled with myself prior to the class--what is a 21st century literacy? Here are their answers. Follow this link to see what students in the class came up with (digital literacies):
  • Student Work: Poster and Podcast on Literacies The Multiple Literacies Research Unit would like to share this poster and podcast presentation exploring Multiliteracies. However, we would like to note that Multiple Literacies Theory (MLT) is not synonymous with Multiliteracies. Here is an operationalization of MLT: - Literacies are a construct (a combination of social, physical, economic assemblages, ...). - Literacies consist of words, gestures, attitudes, and ways of listening, speaking, writing, human and non-human: ways of becoming with the world. - They are texts, in a broad sense (for example, music, visual arts (painting, sculpting), physics, mathematics, digital remixes). - Texts are an assemblage of events from which sense emerges. Literacies can be are taken up as visual, oral, written, tactile, olfactory, and in multimodal digital. - They fuse with religion, gender, race, culture, and power, and that produce speakers, writers, artists, digital avatars: communities. - Literacies are actualized according to a particular context in time and in space in which they operate. - Given the nomadic tendencies of literacies; they are not wed to a context, but are taken up in unpredictable ways across various contexts. Literacies involve constant movement in the processes of becoming other. In short, literacies are about reading, reading the world, and self as texts. Please see an article by Diana Masny and David R. Cole for more information: Masny, D. & Cole, D. (2007). Applying a Multiple Literacies Theory in ...
  • Responsible Use Policy- 21st Century Literacies for 21st Century Learners: SAU 16 Powerful Learning Practice. SAU 16 The Team that Tony Forgot.
  • Reinhardt University COM 103 "Media Literacies ..." Hello! Just a quick and simple hello from members of Reinhardt University's COM 103 "Media Literacies for the 21st Century" class (Spring 2011 semester), taught by Dr. Pam Wilson of the Communication program.
  • New Literacies Institute - North Carolina State University Dr. Hiller Spires provides an overview of the design elements of the New Literacies Teacher Leader Institute held at the NCSU's Friday Institute, July 12 - 17, 2009.
  • Studies of Heritage and Academic Languages and Literacies Program Part 1 of 3
  • Web-based new literacies (Part 6) This is my presentation on Friday 9 July 2010 at the Australian Council of TESOL Associations (ACTA) International TESOL Conference that was held from 7-10 July 2010 in the Holiday Inn, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Australia. The title of my presentation was: "Web-based new literacies: Revisiting TESOL and EFL Teacher Education".
  • Media Commons Tailgate 2010: Chris Long Keynote Chris Long, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies at the College of Liberal Arts at Penn State, opens the Media Commons Tailgate with a talk about "Traditional and New Media Literacies"
  • New Literacies Created for UConn EPSY 5198 as part of the 2 Summers Masters in Educational Technology Program.
  • Multi-Literacies Interview (Part 1)
  • Tara Brabazon and the matrix of information literacies.wmv Tara discusses her lecture for ISG Scotland, developing a matrix of information literacies.
  • Diana Brydon aigc+c Developing Transnational Literacies Video of "Cross cultural learning in global times: Brazil / Canada knowledge exchange." with Dr. Diana Brydon Nov 17 2010 aig+c theagency.lakeheadu.ca/ The full text for this talk is at this url myuminfo.umanitoba.ca/Documents/3490/BrydonCrossCulturalLearning.pdf
  • "Literacies, learning and people's lives...." - Josie Taylor at ALT-C 2010 "Literacies, learning and people's lives: where practice and real life collide..." Invited speaker session by Josie Taylor, Director of the Institute of Educational Technology at The Open University at "Into something rich and strange" - making sense of the sea change, the 2010 conference of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT). Session given in Nottingham, UK, on Wednesday 8 September, 2010 at 15.10. For information about ALT go to Made publicly available by ALT under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 2.0 UK: England & Wales license
  • Haggis's Challenge and Academic Literacies This presentation is part of a workshop in the PGCert Developing Professional Practice in Higher Education run by the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at the University of Wales, Newport. This presentation was delivered by Rachel Stubley in the afternoon of Friday 9th October 2009 on the Allt-Yr-Yn Campus of the University of Wales, Newport. Camera operator: Simon Haslett.
  • New Literacies in the Classroom Digital Capital, Student Identity, and Third Space Brian Morgan, SUNY Geneseo Despite what students and teachers believe about their own engagement with New Literacies and their connection with print-based, school sanctioned literacies, New Literacies and print-based literacies are not unconnected (Alvermann, 2001; Alexander, 2006; Baird & Fisher, 2005-2006).Adolescents are able to navigate adeptly the old and New Literacies (Lankshear &Knobel, 2006; Lankshear, 2007). They move through and between paper-based and New Literacies for academic, economic, and social purposes at school, at work, and at home. Given the quantity of time students spend online, it seems foolish to ignore the role of the Internet in the lives of students and the effects of enabling the instantiation of that role in students' academic lives. This paper describes the experience of introducing a blog into an English literature classroom in an alternative education classroom over the course of two years and how the students there reconstructed the blog into a third space for identity and Discourses. It also discusses the effects of student online literacies on pedagogy and students and to what use knowledge of that role can be put to use in the classroom.
  • New Literacies my literacy project for te402