State-of-the-Art report on studies of literacy and     learning in and through social media   Joachim Vlieghe, Dr. Kris Ru...
CONCEPTS                                               RESULTS &                    METHODOLOGY      EXAMPLES & THEORY    ...
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EMSOC State-of-the-Art report Literacy (Brussels, 10-01-2012) Joachim Vlieghe

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State-of-the-Art Report on Literacy in a Social Media Culture, presented at the EMSOC referendum on 10-01-2012 in Brussels

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EMSOC State-of-the-Art report Literacy (Brussels, 10-01-2012) Joachim Vlieghe

  1. 1. State-of-the-Art report on studies of literacy and learning in and through social media Joachim Vlieghe, Dr. Kris Rutten, Prof. Dr. Ronald Soetaert
  2. 2. CONCEPTS RESULTS & METHODOLOGY EXAMPLES & THEORY DISCUSSION LITERACYTechnological changes continueto increase intercultural contact. Cause a shift from literacy (singular) to multiliteracies.
  3. 3. CONCEPTS RESULTS & METHODOLOGY EXAMPLES & THEORY DISCUSSION CULTURELanguage remains importantfor education, but… CONSTRUCTIVIST TURN Culture and literacies as social constructions evolving over time. COMMUNICATIVE TURN Increased focus on functional literacies: situated symbol-use.
  4. 4. CONCEPTS RESULTS & METHODOLOGY EXAMPLES & THEORY DISCUSSION MULTILITERACIES PERSPECTIVEUnderstanding that education and literacies are more than reproduction. Literacies also empower people to negotiate and change meaning.
  5. 5. CONCEPTS RESULTS & METHODOLOGY EXAMPLES & THEORY DISCUSSION RESEARCHING EMERING LITERACIESMultiliteracies perspective focus oncommunities (of practice). Emerging literacies imply emerging communities. Broader focus needed: (affinity) spaces.
  6. 6. CONCEPTS RESULTS & METHODOLOGY EXAMPLES & THEORY DISCUSSION RESEARCHING EMERING LITERACIESMultiliteracies perspective focus oncommunities (of practice). Emerging literacies imply emerging communities.Focus on community Broader focus needed:formation through the (affinity) spaces.strategical use of symbols(genres and repertoires)
  7. 7. CONCEPTS RESULTS & METHODOLOGY EXAMPLES & THEORY DISCUSSION RESEARCHING EMERING LITERACIESMultiliteracies perspective focus oncommunities (of practice). Emerging literacies imply emerging communities. Ethnographic methods for describing the new (gradually narrowing focus)
  8. 8. CONCEPTS RESULTS & METHODOLOGY EXAMPLES& THEORY DISCUSSION REFLECTION Suggestion from digital ethnography: evaluating insights and methods through comparison with other ethnographies.
  9. 9. CONCEPTS RESULTS & METHODOLOGY EXAMPLES & THEORY DISCUSSION FURTHER RESEARCHHypotheses: continued importance of language and literatureSelection cases: Changes in literary culture and the future of libraries?
  10. 10. CONCEPTS RESULTS & METHODOLOGY EXAMPLES& THEORY DISCUSSION FURTHER RESEARCH Subcases: • Social reading • Curating collections in social media environments • Social media and the death of literary criticism • Social media and selfpublishing authors

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