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Handbook of literacy and technology : transformations in a post-typographic world

Author: David Reinking; et al
Publisher: Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 1998-2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The major shift going on today in the technologies of reading and writing raises important questions about conventional conceptions of literacy and its role in education, society, and culture. To what extent and in what ways is literacy being transformed by new technologies? This central question is addressed in this volume from diverse, multidisciplinary perspectives." "The contributors met as a group to discuss  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Reinking; et al
ISBN: 0805826424 9780805826425 0805850872 9780805850871 0805850880 9780805850888
OCLC Number: 37792558
Notes: Vol. 1 consists of papers presented at a conference held in Atlanta in Oct. 1996.
Description: 2 v. : ill. ; 26-27 cm.
Contents: Introduction : Synthesizing technological transformations of literacy in a post-typographic world / David Reinking --
Hypertext and the question of visual literacy / Jay David Bolter --
Transforming text for at-risk readers / Lynne Anderson-Inman, Mark A. Horney --
Electronic texts and the transformation of beginning reading / Michael C. McKenna --
Opportunities for critical literacy and pedagogy in student-authored hypermedia / Jamie Myers, Roberta Hammett, Ann Margaret McKillop --
Electronic symbol making : young children's computer-related emerging concepts about literacy / Linda D. Labbo, Melanie Kuhn --
Early adolescents' use of computer-mediated communication in writing and reading / Richard Beach, Dana Lundell --
Transforming schools through systemic change : new work, new knowledge, new technology / Gay Fawcett, Steve Snyder --
Coding the light : rethinking generational authority in a rural high school telecommunications project / Lorri Neilsen --
Electronic literacy portfolios : technology transformations in a first-grade classroom / Ronald D. Kieffer, Michael E. Hale, Ashley Templeton --
Transforming adult literacy instruction through computer-assisted instruction / Eunice N. Askov, Brett Bixler --
Multimedia and enhanced learning : transforming preservice education / Charles K. Kinzer, Victoria J. Risko --
Grounding the design of new technologies for literacy and learning in teachers' instructional needs / Donald J. Leu ... [et al.] --
The Internet in the classroom : is it the end of transmission-oriented pedagogy? / Ruth Garner, Mark G. Gillingham --
Flies in the web of hypertext / Alan Purves --
Technology as enfranchisement and cultural development : crisscrossing symbol systems, paradigm shifts, and social-cultural considerations / Robert Tierney, Suzanne Damarin --
The disappearance of technology : toward an ecological model of literacy / Bertram C. Bruce, Maureen P. Hogan --
Metamedia literacy : transforming meanings and media / J.L. Lemke --
Changing workplaces, changing classes : the new role of technology in workplace literacy / Larry Mikulecky, Jamie R. Kirkley --
Researching the relation between technology and literacy : an agenda for the 21st century / Michael L. Kamil, Diane M. Lane --
Literacy research oriented toward features of technology and classrooms / Larry Miller, John Olson.
Other Titles: International handbook of literacy and technology
Responsibility: edited by David Reinking ... [et al.].
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Provides a comprehensive and international representation of research, theory, and practice related to principal areas in which significant developments occur in the study of literacy and technology.  Read more...

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