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A presentation to students studying on the TELIC course at Sheffield Hallam University, 9 June 2012. ...

A presentation to students studying on the TELIC course at Sheffield Hallam University, 9 June 2012.

Since this presentation, I've written an e-book entitled 'The Essential Elements of Digital Literacies' that you may want to check out: https://gum.co/digilit

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  • 1. Cg Cn Cognitive ConstructiveCu THE ESSENTIAL Co ELEMENTS OFCultural Communicative Cf DIGITAL LITERACIES CiConfident Civic Cr Ct DOUG BELSHAW Creative Critical #TELIC1, 9 JUNE 2012
  • 2. “The main skill is to keep from getting lost. Since theroads are used only by local people who know them bysight nobody complains if the junctions arent posted.And often they arent. When they are its usually asmall sign hiding unobtrusively in the weeds andthats all. County-road-sign makers seldom tell youtwice. If you miss that sign in the weeds thats your  problem, not theirs.” (Zen and Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, p.16)
  • 3. THE IMPORTANCE OF CONTEXThttps://dl.dropbox.com/u/848607/cassetteboy.webm
  • 4. “What I would like to do is use the time that is coming now totalk about some things that have come to mind. Were in sucha hurry most of the time we never get much chance to talk. Theresult is a kind of endless day-to-day shallowness, a monotonythat leaves a person wondering years later where all the timewent and sorry that its all gone. Now that we do have sometime, and know it, I would like to use the time to talk in somedepth about things that seem important.” (Zen and Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, p.17)
  • 5. CC BY Digital Sextant
  • 6. 2 007
  • 7. DIGITAL NATIVES?CC BY-NC-ND cole007
  • 8. WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE ‘EDUCATED’? CC BY Horia Varlan
  • 9. 199730+ DEFINITIONS
  • 10. “BLOOMIN’ BUZZIN’ CONFUSION”
  • 11. COMPLEXITY != CHAOS CC BY-SA nerovivo
  • 12. “There is a knife moving here. A very deadly one; anintellectual scalpel so swift and so sharp that yousometimes dont see it moving. You get the illusionthat all those parts are just there and are beingnamed as they exist. But they can be named quitedifferently and organized quite differently dependingon how the knife moves.” (Zen and Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, p.81)
  • 13. IMPORTANCE OFCO-CREATINGDEFINITIONS CC BY kevin dooley
  • 14. NEVERENDINGTHESIS.COM
  • 15. “Literacy is a characteristic acquired byindividuals in varying degrees from just abovenone to an indeterminate upper level. Someindividuals are more or less literate thanothers but it is really not possible to speak ofilliterate and literate persons as two distinctcategories.” (UNESCO, 1957)
  • 16. Photo of GrandmaGrandma
  • 17. Apple iPad Photo of Grandma Grandma
  • 18. CC BY-NC Ben Dodson
  • 19. CC BY-NC hto2008
  • 20. BRANCHINGLOGIC
  • 21. CC BY-NC-SA levendis
  • 22. CC BY-NC-SA lamont_cranston
  • 23. A CY ? I TE RL
  • 24. ELEGANTCONSUMPTION
  • 25. BEYONDELEGANTCONSUMPTION
  • 26. </prelude>
  • 27. SUCCESS KID LOLCATS CASUAL PEPPER SPRAY COP
  • 28. MEMES
  • 29. Meme: an idea, behaviour orstyle that spreads from personto person within a culture.
  • 30. ”Virgin Media did pay for the use of the photo, soeverything is okay. I appreciate everyone letting meknow about this! Never in a million years could I haveimagined all of this would happen that day at thebeach when I took this. I’m sort of in shock that it’sgone from Flickr to meme, to Virgin Media billboardsin London.” (Flickr user Laney G)
  • 31. “It will also soon appear in Vitamin watercommercials in the US. I’m hugely flattered byeveryone’s interest in this.” (Flickr user Laney G)
  • 32. CC BY-NC-SA Microbe World
  • 33. CC BY chwalker01 CC BY queefette 21ST CENTURYCC BY zebedee.zebedee LOLCATS
  • 34. LOLCATFROM 1905
  • 35. IDEA + TOOL(S) + COMMUNICATION= MEME
  • 36. REMIX
  • 37. REMIXELEGANTCONSUMPTION
  • 38. GENERATION OF WEBMAKERShttp://www.webmaker.org
  • 39. MICHELLE LEVESQUE’S WORKhttp://rwxweb.wordpress.com
  • 40. NAVIGATING WEB LITERACIES
  • 41. CC BY-NC Oliver Quinlan
  • 42. CC BY Paul Clarke
  • 43. CC BY Paul Clarke
  • 44. “Digital literacy is a condition, not a threshold.” (Martin, 2006)
  • 45. DIGITAL LITERACY FRAMEWORK ADVANCEDINTERMEDIATE BASIC
  • 46. DIGITAL LITERACY
  • 47. DIGITAL LITERACY DIGITAL LITERACIES
  • 48. ZERO AS METAPHOR CC BY-NC-SA Eva the Weaver
  • 49. “Zero, originally a Hindu number, was introduced tothe West by the Arabs during the Middle Ages and wasunknown to the Ancient Greeks and Romans. How wasthat?... Had nature so subtely hidden zero that all theGreeks and all the Romans - millions of them - couldntfind it? One would normally think that zero is right outthere in the open for everyone to see.” (Zen and Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, p.237)
  • 50. ZERO IS ACONVENIENTHYPOCRISY
  • 51. NEW LITERACIES ARECONVENIENTHYPOCRISIES
  • 52. WE HAVE TO USE METAPHORS
  • 53. SOME METAPHORS AREREDUNDANT CC BY-SA pandameixiang
  • 54. SKEUOMORPHISM
  • 55. THIS IS A SKEUOMORPH CC BY marcoded
  • 56. SKEUOMORPHISM EXPERTS
  • 57. APPLE IBOOKS
  • 58. SKEUOMORPHISMISN’T THE ANSWER
  • 59. SO WHAT’S THE BESTWAY TO DEVELOPDIGITAL LITERACIES?
  • 60. CC BY-SA ANGERMANN
  • 61. ‘Red Fuji’ by Hokusai
  • 62. Example of sequential loading(perhaps using example of ukiyo-e?)
  • 63. INTEREST
  • 64. TA L ES I RACI IG EINDIVIDUAL D LITINTEREST IMPORTANT ISSUES
  • 65. CC BY-NC tim ellis
  • 66. Cg Cn Cognitive ConstructiveCu EIGHT ESSENTIAL Co ELEMENTS OFCultural Communicative Cf DIGITAL LITERACIES CiConfident Civic Cr Ct Creative Critical
  • 67. Cg Cn Cognitive ConstructiveCu CoCultural CfConfident REMIX Communicative Ci Civic Cr Ct Creative Critical
  • 68. Cg Cn Cognitive ConstructiveCu CoCultural Communicative Cf CiConfident Civic Cr Ct Creative Critical
  • 69. Cg Cn Cognitive ConstructiveCu CoCultural Communicative Cf CiConfident Civic Cr Ct Creative Critical
  • 70. Cg Cn Cognitive ConstructiveCu CoCultural Communicative Cf CiConfident Civic Cr Ct Creative Critical
  • 71. CC BY-SA [nev]
  • 72. CC BY-NC-SAAlain Bachellier
  • 73. DIGITAL LITERACY PRACTICESCHANGE
  • 74. http://www.downes.ca/presentation/233
  • 75. Cu Cultural Confident CI Civi c Cr C o nic ativ e Crea tive Ct m mu Co Critical Cg Cn Con struct ive Cognitive REMIXDIGITAL LITERACIES
  • 76. BEYONDELEGANTCONSUMPTION
  • 77. REMIX
  • 78. DIGITAL LITERACY PRACTICESCHANGE
  • 79. INTEREST
  • 80. Cg Cn Cognitive ConstructiveCu EIGHT ESSENTIAL Co ELEMENTS OFCultural Communicative Cf DIGITAL LITERACIES CiConfident Civic Cr Ct Creative Critical
  • 81. DOUG BELSHAWDOUGBELSHAW.COM