Course:TSED508 DigitalLit

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TSED 508 Review of Research in Learning Technologies, New Media and the Learning Sciences


Presentation structure

1 hour including discussion period.

Outline readings and overview base on the outline

  1. Dobson, T.& Willinsky, J.(2007). Digital literacy. In Cambridge Handbook on Literacy. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. See Questions for a video interview with T.D.
  2. Interview with Cynthia Selfe
  3. Knobel, M., & Lankshear, C. (2002). Critical cyberliteracies: What young people can teach us about reading and writing the world. New York.
  4. Lemke, J. L. (1998). Metamedia literacy: Transforming meanings and media. In D. Reinking (Ed.), Handbook of literacy and technology: transformations in a post-typographic world (pp. 283-301). Mahwah, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates
  5. Everett, A. (2003). Digitextuality and click theory. In A. Everett & J. T. Caldwell (Eds.), New media: Theories and practices of digitextuality (pp. 3-31). New York: Routledge.

Challenging key terms or methodological/theoretical concepts

Potential Group work activities

1. The truth:

2. Book helpdesk

3. Machine is us/ing us This has been shown already (Oct09 by Morgan & Pamela)

4. Letter

5. Understanding music?

Handouts discussion questions

Moderate, monitor, bring closure to discussion


Examples of multiliteracies

Horizon 0

A video with James Gee Games in Education: The part I was thinking of showing is at 3:08