xvii, 1367 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Introduction -- Central issues in new literacies and new literacies research / Julie Coiro, Michele Knobel, Colin Lankshear, Donald J. Leu -- Methodologies -- Introduction to part I -- Toward a connective ethnography of online/offline literacy networks / Kevin M. Leander -- Large-scale quantitative research on new technology in teaching and learning / Ronald E. Anderson -- Converging traditions of research on media and information literacies : disciplinary, critical, and methodological issues / Sonia Livingstone, Elizabeth van Couvering, and Nancy Thumim -- The conduct of qualita/ve interviews : research questions, methodological issues, and researching online / Lori Kendall -- The case of rebellion : researching multimodal texts / Andrew Burn -- Experimental and quasi-experimental approaches to the study of new literacies / Jonna M. Kulikowich -- Knowledge and inquiry -- Introduction to part II -- Learning, change, and power : competing frames of technology and literacy / Mark Warschauer, Paige Ware -- The web as a source of information for students in K-12 education / Els Kuiper and Monique Volman -- Where do we go now? understanding research on navigation in complex digital environments / Kim A. Lawless, P.G. Schrader -- The changing landscape of text and comprehension in the age of new literacies / Bridget Dalton, Patrick Proctor -- Exploring culture in the design of new technologies of literacy / Patricia A. Young -- Multimedia literacy / Richard E. Mayer -- Multiliteracies and metalanguage : describing image/text relations as a resource for negotiating multimodal texts / Len Unsworth -- Communication -- Introduction to part III -- Mediating technologies and second language learning / Steven L. Thorne -- Of a divided mind : weblog literacy / Torill Elvira Mortensen -- People, purposes, and practices : insights from cross-disciplinary research into instant messaging / Gloria E. Jacobs -- Gender in online communications / Jonathan Paul Marshall -- Popular culture, community, and citizenship : everyday literacies -- Introduction to part IV -- Intersections of popular culture, identities, and new literacies research / Margaret C. Hagood -- College students and new literacy practices / Dana J. Wilber-- Just don't call them cartoons : the new literacy spaces of animé, manga, and fanfiction / Rebecca Ward Black -- Cognition and literacy in massively multiplayer online games / Constance A. Steinkuehler -- Video game literacy : a literacy of expertise / Kurt D. Squire -- Community, culture and citizenship in cyberspace / Angela Thomas-- New literacies and community inquiry / Bertram C. Bruce and Ann Peterson Bishop -- Instructional practices and assessment -- Introduction to part V -- Digital writing in the early years / Guy Merchant, sheffield hallam university, uk -- Teaching popular culture texts in the classroom Richard Beach and David O'Brien-- Using new media in the secondary English classroom / Ilana Snyder, Scott Bulfin -- The price of information : critical literacy, education, and today's internet / Bettina Fabos -- Multimodal instructional practices / Pippa Stein -- Multimodal reading and comprehension in online environments / Claire-Wyatt Smith and John Elkins -- Assessing new literacies in science and mathematics / Edys S. Quellmalz and Geneva D. Haertel, -- Learning management systems and virtual learning environments : a higher education focus / Colin Baskin and Neil Anderson -- Multiple perspectives on new literacies research -- Introduction to part VI -- Savannah : mobile gaming and learning? / by K. Facer, R. Joiner, D. Stanton, J. Reid, R. Hull, & D. Kirk -- Commentary responses -- 34a. Being a lion and being a soldier : learning and games / James Paul Gee -- 34b. Savannah : mobile gaming and learning : a review commentary / Susan T. Goldman and James W. Pellegrino.
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