Becoming multiliterate: Digital video news construction within a technology-supported learning environmentFaculty of Informatics - Papers (Archive)
AbstractTwenty-first century literacies imply multiliteracies – going beyond language literacy and numeracy to, among others, information, visual, media and technological literacies. An education that develops capabilities across a range of literacies equips young people with the skills necessary to participate in a complex, globalized workplace and community. A key step toward realizing such national and state education agendas is specific curriculum interventions that are translated to the classroom level. This paper reports on a case study that explored both the process and outcomes of the implementation of an education program which was designed to incorporate multiliteracies.
Citation InformationLori Lockyer, Ian M Brown, David Blackall, Barry M Harper, et al.. "Becoming multiliterate: Digital video news construction within a technology-supported learning environment" (2007) p. 6247 - 6254
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