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Locating the Semiotic Power of Multimodality
This article reports research that attempts to characterize what is powerful about digital multimodal texts. Building from recent theoretical work on understanding the workings and implications ofExpand
Crafting an Agentive Self: Case Studies of Digital Storytelling.
Drawing on data from a multi-year digital storytelling project, this comparative case study offers portraits of two emerging authors—one a child and the other a young adult—who used multiple mediaExpand
The New Work Order
Workplace democracy. Empowerment. Team leaders. Knowledge workers. This is the language of the new work order promoted by todays management, which promises more meaningful and satisfying work,Expand
Literacy and Learning Out of School: A Review of Theory and Research
In this article we review research on literacy in out-of-school settings. Our first purpose is to identify the conceptual advances in theories of literacy that have arisen from non-school-basedExpand
Youth Culture and Digital Media: New Literacies for New Times.
Hearing Other Voices: A Critical Assessment of Popular Views on Literacy and Work
Current popular discussion about the role of literacy in the workplace is often based on the largely unquestioned beliefs that workers are deficient in basic literacy skills and, further, that thereExpand
School's out! : bridging out-of-school literacies with classroom practice
This timely book uses research on literacy outside of school to challenge how we think about literacy inside of school. Bringing together highly respected literacy researchers, this volume bridgesExpand
Remediation as Social Construct: Perspectives from an Analysis of Classroom Discourse.
  • G. Hull
  • Sociology, Political Science
  • 1 February 1991
In this paper, we examine remediation as a social construct, as the product of perceptions and beliefs about literacy and learning, and we illustrate some ways in which inaccurate and limitingExpand