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The current generation of computer users is becoming such a visual generation of students that they even watch music. Music videos, television, websites, and magazines are all examples of how we are becoming incredibly more reliant on pictures rather than … Continue reading
ETEC 540 Commentary#3 Writing Space: The Computer, Hypertext, and the Remediation of Print – Chapter 5 The Electronic Book- EBooks and Books can coexist in the 20st Century. EBook, known as the electronic book is a text with images that … Continue reading
This commentary is in response to Alexander’s Article Web 2.0 and Emergent Literacies as referenced below. Alexander begins by outlining the changes in current student experiences in learning through technological advances as compared to the past. He states that students … Continue reading
It has long been accepted that literacy is strongly connected to democratic and human rights. In the past, literacy was crucial for individuals to make educated decisions on current events, such as choosing which party was best suited to lead … Continue reading
I was born in 1974. It wasn’t until 1987 that my family got our first computer – I was thirteen. The internet didn’t start until the mid 1990’s – I had already graduated from high school by then. Current cell … Continue reading
Introduction The emergence and rapid development of Web 2.0 has resulted in a rethinking of what literacy means. Just as notions of the transfer of knowledge shifted with the advent of text and led to our basic definitions of literacy … Continue reading
Commentary #3: A Response to Bryan Alexander’s “Web 2.0: A new wave of innovation for teaching and learning?”
What exactly is ‘web 2.0’? Bryan Alexander’s discussion on the emergence of social media begins with a discussion around the attempt to define this term that has been pervasively used when discussing recent online developments. The author acknowledges rightly that … Continue reading