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Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
Identities & Literacies of a New Ethos
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Within the new participatory ethos of media and information that knowledge abundance brings into being, filtering and prioritizing the messages we choose to trust cannot be done solely on traditional …

Within the new participatory ethos of media and information that knowledge abundance brings into being, filtering and prioritizing the messages we choose to trust cannot be done solely on traditional broadcast terms. Thus we need to learn to make sense of each other, and to make ourselves make sense: this presentation explores the ways in which identities are a central aspect of networked literacies, especially for teachers. Part 2 of a 2-part MIL session in London, January 2014.

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  • 1. Identities & Literacies

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