Tag: literacy studies

Reflections on research into digital learning – lecture at BURCH University (Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herz.)

The following is the Prezi for my session at BURCH International University on Thursday 9th October 2014. Also available here: https://prezi.com/gi73acm6l3s1/reflections-on-digital-literacy-research-and-digital-methodologies-burch-international-university-sarajevo-bosnia-herz-9th-oct-2014/# In this lecture, I talked about how research into digital learning and literacies can sometimes be characterised by hype, the kind of hype that reflects how we […]

Everyday Literacies Prezi

It was a pleasure to present, meet researchers, and listen to the insights of others at the “Everyday Literacies” conference at Sheffield University on Friday. One of the things that appealed to me about the conference, and eventually to register and send an abstract, is its emphasis on […]

Digital literacy practices and their layered multiplicity

Abstract of a pre-print (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09523987.2012.741199): Success in educational programmes often depends on learners being able to negotiate and manage a variety of digital literacy practices commensurate with the literacy demands of their course. This paper reports on preliminary findings of a multi-method PhD study which examines the digital […]