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Digital Fluency

Does knowing how to read and write make one literate?
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Carl Anderson

on 12 May 2011

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Transcript of Digital Fluency

Does knowing how to read and write make one literate? What if someone sent you this message? f u dnt pay yr mortgage 2day itl B delinquent n we'll 4clse on yr hous. Translation? If you don't pay your mortgage today it will be delinquent and we will foreclose on your house. Does literacy include knowing how to interpret this? The nature of of information is changing. We can interact more with information media today than ever before. How does that change the nature of literacy? If the nature of information today is read/write do social media conventions constitute forms of literacy or literacy skills? Does literacy include knowing what these mean? What about Text Speak? What about visual literacy? cultural literacy? Auditory literacy? Kinesthetic literacy? Web 2.0 ... The Machine is Us/ing Us
by Mike Wesch Joe's Non-Netbook
by sebastian Cingular Commercial - 'bff Jill' If literacy is closely associated with the ability to communicate,
could digital literacy have been a major factor in the 2008 election? It has also been said that we are approaching a post-litearate society. A remix culture. A culture where the dominant medium is mixed media. So, what literacies are required to produce something like this?
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