Metrics, learning taxonomies, and web literacy • literaci.es

See on Scoop.it – Digital Fluency What we need to help with this are metrics – discrete, measurable things (although not necessarily always numbers). These metrics will allow for the person that’s learning to teach the web to feel a sense of progression. And it will also allow us at Mozilla to see when that person’s reached a […]

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Boundless Report: Ushering in a Post-Textbook World – Boundless Blog

See on Scoop.it – Blended Learning Lab “Today, Boundless is releasing our report Ushering in a Post-Textbook World to highlight college students’ transition from traditional to digital learning resources. We surveyed nearly 650 college students about how they study, the high cost of textbooks, and exactly how they feel about the move to digital alternatives. We […]

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Towards a Transformative Digital Literacies Pedagogy – Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy

See on Scoop.it – Digital Fluency Patric Lougheed‘s insight: There is a pedagogic chasm between monomodal literacy practices of the past, still dominating most children’s school experience, and the multimodal, dynamic publishing practices that children increasingly routinely engage in with new media and online spaces. This paper will utilise the findings of three case studies, […]

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6 Great Sources of Creative Commons Images With Attribution

See on Scoop.it – Blended Learning Lab One of the important challenges for young bloggers is to learn to find and use images that are licensed for reuse. Even more challenging is for students to provide proper attribution for the images on their blogs or school projects. While there are handy reference guides available, this is […]

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Education is Going Mobile Infographic

See on Scoop.it – Blended Learning Lab The Education is Going Mobile Infographic provides up-to-date statistics on the use of mobile devices in education, and the numbers may surprise you. See on elearninginfographics.com

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