Handbook Of Research On New Media Literacy At K-12 Level: Citizens And E-Government: Evaluating Policy And Management, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 160566121X
  • ISBN-13: 9781605661216
  • DDC: 302.23071
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1076 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2009 | Published/Released March 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2009

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Overview

This book provides coverage of significant issues and theories currently combining the studies of technology and literacy.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Preface.
1: Issues in New Media Literacy.
2: Learning for the Future: Emerging Technologies and Social Participation.
3: Technology, UDL & Literacy Activities for People with Developmental Delays.
4: Pedagogic Potentials of Multimodal Literacy.
5: Pedagogical Mash Up: Gen Y, Social Media and Learning in the Digital Age.
6: New Media Literacy and the Digital Divide.
7: Teaching and Technology: Issues, Caution and Concerns.
8: The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Competence of the Young.
9: An Interactive and Digital Media Literacy Framework for the 21st Century.
10: Promoting Mediated Collaborative Inquiry in Primary and Secondary Science Settings: Sociotechnical Prescriptions for and Challenges to Curricular Reform.
11: Re-Culturing Beliefs in Technology: Enriched Classrooms.
12: Effective Characteristics of Learning Multi-Media.
13: Empowerment Rationale for New Media Literacy.
14: Using Technology in Pedagogically Responsive Ways to Support Literacy Learners.
15: Scaffolding Problem-Solving and Inquiry: From Instructional Design to a “Bridge Model”.
16: Reconceptualising Scaffolding for New Media Contexts.
17: New Media Literacy in 3-D Virtual Learning Environments.
18: The Factors Affecting Multi-Media-Based Inquiry.
19: ICT Tools.
20: Using Video Games to Improve Literacy Levels of Males.
21: Engagement in Science and New Media Literacy.
22: Web 2.0 Technologies and Science Education.
23: Measuring and Evaluating ICT Use: Developing an Instrument for Measuring Student ICT Use.
24: Using Talking Books to Support Early Reading Development.
25: Web 2.0 Technologies as Cognitive Tools of the New Media Age.
26: Implementing Collaborative Problem-Based Learning with Web 2.0.
27: Using Online Tools to Support Technology Integration in Education.
28: Developing Digital Literacy Skills with WebQuests and Web Inquiry Projects.
29: Understanding Factors that Influence the Effectiveness of Learning Objects in Secondary School Classrooms.
30: Tapping into Digital Literacy with Mobile Devices.
31: Towards Safer Internet for Students with the Aid of a Hypermedia Filtering Tool.
32: Wireless Technologies and Multi-Media Literacies.