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Presentation for Primary School ICT consultants in Lewisham. March 2008

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    • Primary ICT Conference Thursday 27th March 2008
    • Learning on-line – from now and into the future … Dr Julia Davies University of Sheffield
    • New literacies, new practices
      • This presentation is based on the premise that literacy is changing in a new media world (Kress, 2003; Lankshear and Knobel, 2006).
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    • http://hometownbaghdad.com/
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    • Literacy as:
              • Functional
              • Critical
              • Social
              • New / Digital
              • Multi-modal
      • … . impossible to separate out from text-mediated social practices the bits concerned with reading or writing (or any other sense of literacy) and to treat them independently of all the non-print bits, like values and gestures, context and meaning, action and objects, talk and interaction, tools and spaces. ….. ‘Literacy bits’ do not exist apart from the social practices in which they are embedded and in which they are acquired.
      • (Lankshear and Knobel, 2006:13)
    • New Literacies
              • ‘ more collaborative’,
              • ‘ less individuated’,
              • ‘ more distributed’
              • ‘ participatory’
              • (Lankshear and Knobel, 2006)
      • The communicational landscapes of today, their relation to current forms of work and to current forms of pleasure, demand a recasting of our thinking about representation in the most far-reaching form. The world, now, is no longer a world in which written language is dominant.
      • (Kress 1997:5)
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    • Flickr.com
    • Think of a title for these pictures…. How do image and words interact?
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    • Slideshow
    • Bubbleshare link
    • Bendy Wendy
    • Community – tag = Primary
    • Voicethreads
    • Lady of the Lake
    • News and blogs
    • News and blogs
      • Many ‘news’ blogs maintained by ‘citizen journalists’ e.g. blog kept by Iraqi civilian Salam Pax, who was eventually invited to write a column for the Guardian on the Iraqi invasion
      • Many newspapers now have blogs in addition to printed newspapers and online news
    • Blog Link
    • Cult of the Amateur
      • “ Useless and corrupt user generated content”
      • “ Self promotion - narcissism”
      • “ Bloggery …. an enormous threat”
      • (Andrew Keen: BBC Radio 4. 25.6.07.)
    • “ Kids are going on the internet and are believing everything they read we are creating an increasingly media illiterate culture … in order to understand the internet you need to be literate before you get to the screen….” (Andrew Keen: BBC Radio 4. 25.6.07.)
      • At present children are in many ways confident of their new online skills. But these should not be overestimated, for children are also aware of many ways in which they are confused, uncertain, or lacking in skills, thus resulting perhaps in a relatively narrow or or problematically risky online experience
      Bober and Livingstone 2004: 50 UK Children Go Online, Listening to Young People’s Experiences
    • Citizen journalism
      • …is the act of citizens ‘playing an active role in the process of collecting, reporting, analyzing and disseminating information’
      • (Bowman and Willis, 2005)
      ‘ Peoplerazzi’ http:// www.nowpublic.com /
    • Wikis and citizen journalism
    • London bombings 7/7 London bombings 7/7
    • Useful tools for developing media literacy
      • Blogs
      • Wikis
      • Podcasts
      • Image Sharing
      • RSS Feeds (Really Simple Syndication)
    • How can Web 2.0 develop media literacy?
      • Products and services enable manipulation of and reflection on data.
      • Collaboration and participation are key factors – can encourage group critical reflection.
      • Fosters agency and creativity of individuals e.g. citizen journalists.
      • Easy and free access to web-based software.
    • Key question for pupils What are the advantages and disadvantages of ‘citizen journalism’?
    • Guardian news blog Guardian news blog
    • Guardian news Guardian news
    • 21 blogs
    • Blog link
    • YouTube
    • Key question for pupils What do a news blog and newspaper website do that a printed newspaper doesn’t, and vice-versa?
    • Syndication and news
    • Google News Google News
    • Vote for your favourite news story! Digg
    • News and podcasting
    • Making the News Making the News
    • Evoca Evoca
    • http:// radiowaves.co.uk /
    • The digital era has allowed us to cross space and time, engage with people in a far-off time zone as though they were just next door, do business with people around the world, and develop information systems that potentially network us all closer and closer every day. Yet, people don't live in a global world - they are more concerned with the cultures in which they participate. (Boyd: 2006)
    • Conclusion
      • Web 2.0 products and services have great potential for work on the media.
      • Pupils can create blogs, wikis and webpages for relaying news as well as exploring the way in which news is created and reported across Web 2.0 platforms.
      • Web 2.0 is changing the nature of journalism and the newspaper industry – contemporary pupils can be at the forefront of tracing these changes and their implications.
      • New literacy practices are needed for new times – educators need to take risks and explore potential.
      • Pupils need our guidance in case they are NOT already involved- as well as if they ARE.
    • Online MA in New Literacies Dr Julia Davies University of Sheffield [email_address]