Tag: technology

Digital Literacy & ignorance 1

I am delivering a talk today at the Digital University Network of the SRHE (the Society for Research into Higher Education). I’ve been a co-convener of the Network since 2015 and I always enjoy the events. they’re usually small-scale events, friendly, and we attempt to bring in people […]

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 […]

Assemblages

Digital technologies are a significant presence in society and in educational settings. They are a given mainstay and influence the way literacy is composed, taught, and, to some extent, assessed. When such new demands are made on language then we are, in the words of Michael Halliday (1989: […]