Modern Definition of Literacy

the increasing multiplicity and integration of significant modes of meaning-making, where the textual is also related to the visual, the audio, the spatial, the behavioral, and so on ... particularly important in the mass media, multimedia, and in an electronic hypermedia. (New London Group, 1996, p. 64)

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Folksonomies: new media

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 A Pedagogy of Multiliteracies: Designing social futures
Periodicals>Journal Article:  New London Group, (1996), A Pedagogy of Multiliteracies: Designing social futures, Harvard Educational Review, 66(1), 60–92., Retrieved on 2017-03-10
Folksonomies: new media literacy


Schemas

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 Scientific Virtues

Memes that define the virtues of science and behaviors that we should emulate.
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