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Media Literacy Reference
Frequently writing is now no longer the central mode of representation in learning materials—textbooks, Web-based resources, teacher-produced materials. Still (as well as moving) images are increasingly prominent as carriers of meaning. Uses and forms of writing have undergone profound changes over the last decades, which calls for a social, pedagogical,...
Media Literacy Reference
Multimedia literacy practices in the homes of young children are changing rapidly, but the use of them in the early years of education is moving slowly. This research was aimed to find out what teachers of 5-year-olds, in their first 6 months of compulsory schooling, think about the children's literacy...
Media Literacy Reference
Previous research in technical communication indicates service-learning pedagogies can help prepare students for the workplace. The field, however, has only recently and tentatively extended these pedagogies into online environments and has not yet demonstrated how and whether such service-eLearning could as effectively bridge the gap between the classroom and workplace....
Media Literacy Reference
The repertoire of skills and experiences learners bring to learning language and literacy is rapidly growing due to widening global television and telecommunications access. One consequence of young people interacting with multimodal media for significant portions of their waking hours is that, where educators once made use of learners' reading-and-writing-with-print...
Media Literacy Reference
Proposes a rationale for supporting a growing but formidable national movement that advocates the integration of critical media literacy across the curriculum. Role of the mass media and Internet technologies in shaping individual or national identity; Scope of media literacy education and school reform; Need for critical media literacy education....
Media Literacy Reference
While today’s university students need to develop multimedia literacy skills so as to thrive in a twenty-first century economy, today’s faculty need support, information, and tools that will allow them to incorporate multimedia assignments into the classroom. Historically, the library has supported instruction by providing research materials and services, but...
Media Literacy Reference
This paper compiles data on how the use of hypermedia, interactive multimedia and interfaces have changed the classical dynamics of human communications and education to create a new paradigm. This paradigm originates in the interface since it allows multidirectional and multimedia communications through interactions with the elements of which it...
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