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Digital Natives or Digitally Naive? Lessons in Digital and Media Literacy

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Renee Hobbs offers a keynote and workshop to the College and Research Libraries Division of the Pennsylvania Library Association.

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Digital Natives or Digitally Naive? Lessons in Digital and Media Literacy

  1. 1. Transforming Higher Education Through Digital & Media Literacy Renee Hobbs Harrington School of Communication and Media University of Rhode IslandMay 24, 2012
  2. 2. NEW TOOLS
  3. 3. NEW TEXTS
  4. 4. Texts Used in Teaching and Learning
  5. 5. Texts Used Teaching and Learning
  6. 6. videomoving-image
  7. 7. Texts Used in Teaching and Learning
  8. 8. One Law Protects them All
  9. 9. NEW RELATIONSHIPS
  10. 10. Ignore
  11. 11. Ignore Engage
  12. 12. Expanding the Concept of Literacy
  13. 13. Expanding the Concept of Literacy Print Literacy
  14. 14. Expanding the Concept of Literacy Print Literacy Visual Literacy
  15. 15. Expanding the Concept of Literacy Print Literacy Visual Literacy Information Literacy
  16. 16. Expanding the Concept of Literacy Print Literacy Visual Literacy Information Literacy Media Literacy
  17. 17. Expanding the Concept of Literacy Print Literacy Visual Literacy Information Literacy Media Literacy Computer Literacy
  18. 18. Expanding the Concept of Literacy Print Literacy Visual Literacy Information Literacy Media Literacy Computer Literacy News Literacy
  19. 19. Expanding the Concept of Literacy Print Literacy Visual Literacy Information Literacy Media Literacy Computer Literacy News Literacy Digital Literacy
  20. 20. Expanding the Concept of Literacy Print Literacy Visual Literacy Information Literacy Media Literacy Computer Literacy News Literacy Digital Literacy
  21. 21. New Literacies Confront the Silos in the Academy
  22. 22. What Silos?
  23. 23. What Silos? Classroom
  24. 24. What Silos? Classroom Workplace
  25. 25. What Silos? Classroom Workplace Community
  26. 26. What Silos?Business Humanities & Sciences Education Library Ed Tech Fine & Performing Arts
  27. 27. Digital media literacy embracesinterdisciplinary connections acrosscampus and community
  28. 28. One Expansive Conceptualization to Unite Them All KeyConcepts
  29. 29. One Expansive Conceptualization to Unite Them All KeyConcepts
  30. 30. Messages areRepresentations
  31. 31. Messages are RepresentationsMessages Use DifferentCodes and Conventions
  32. 32. People Interpret Messages are Messages Differently RepresentationsMessages Use DifferentCodes and Conventions
  33. 33. People Interpret Messages are Messages Differently RepresentationsMessages Have Economic &Political Power Messages Use Different Codes and Conventions
  34. 34. People Interpret Messages are Messages Differently RepresentationsMessages Have Economic &Political Power Messages Use Different Messages Influence our Codes and Conventions Attitudes and Behaviors
  35. 35. One Expansive Conceptualization to Unite Them All Learning Process KeyConcepts
  36. 36. The Learning Process of Digital & Media Literacy REFLECT ACCESS ANALYZE CREATE ACT
  37. 37. Learning Process Comprehend and Make Sense of All Sorts of Texts Use Technology Tools WellACCESS Gather Information Independently
  38. 38. ACCESSLINKFind information on a topic & examine the quality of source material
  39. 39. Learning Process Ask Good Questions Evaluate the Quality & Value of MessagesANALYZE Explore Context in Meaningful Ways
  40. 40. ANALYZELINKAnalyze a media message using five critical questions
  41. 41. Learning Process Use Multiple Modes of Expression Reach Authentic AudiencesCOMPOSE Manipulate Content and Form in Relation to Purpose and Audience
  42. 42. COMPOSECreate a remix
  43. 43. Learning Process Activate Multiperspectival Thinking Predict Consequences and Use Hypothetical ReasoningREFLECT Examine Issues of Power and Responsibility
  44. 44. REFLECTLINKDiscuss the ethical dimensions of a media message
  45. 45. Learning Process Connect the Classroom to the World Strengthen Leadership and Collaboration ACT Develop Integrity and AccountabilityLink Link
  46. 46. Transforming Higher Education Through Digital & Media Literacy REFLECT ACCESSANALYZE CREATE ACT
  47. 47. Definitions ofDigital Literacy
  48. 48. Digital LiteracyComputer & Internet Access Skills
  49. 49. Digital LiteracyAuthorship
  50. 50. Digital LiteracyIssues of Representation
  51. 51. Digital LiteracyOnline SocialResponsibility
  52. 52. Digital Literacy• Computer Skills and Access Issues• Authorship• Issues of Representation• Online Social ResponsibilityWhich of these definitions is most relevant toyour work?
  53. 53. Definitions of Renee Hobbs ProfessorDigital Literacy Founding Director Harrington School of Communication & Media University of Rhode Island Email: hobbs@uri.edu

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