Literacy in the Information Age: Inquiries into Meaning Making With New Technologies
Bertram C. BruceISBN: 0872070034;
Educators today want to go beyond how-to manuals and publications that merely celebrate the many exciting new technologies as they appear in schools. Students are immersed in an evolving world of new technology development in which they are not passive recipients of these technologies but active interpreters of them. How do you help learners interpret these technologies as we all become immersed in the new information age? Editor Bertram C. Bruce provides this collection of 32 Technology Departmentsfrom the Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy covering the 1998 to 2002 volume years, which examines critical aspects of literacy in the new information age and the complex issues surrounding the use of new technologies. The pieces build on specific examples from classrooms, Web use, and other experiences with new digital information and communication environments. Bruce has grouped the chapters conceptually rather than chronologically into the following six sections: Historical...
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