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Connected Learning: An Agenda for Research and Design
This report is a synthesis of ongoing research, design, and implementation of an approach to education called “connected learning.” It advocates for broadened access to learning that is sociallyExpand
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Literature Review in Informal Learning with Technology Outside School
When we think about learning, we often tend to think about schools, universities, colleges. If we go a little further and think about learning outside school, we might begin to consider museums,Expand
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Cultural studies goes to school : reading and teaching popular media
Reading and Teaching Popular Media Making Sense of the Media - From Reading to Culture A Boy's Own Story - Writing Masculine Genres Hardcore Rappin' - Popular Music, Identity and Critical DiscourseExpand
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Reviewing Approaches and Perspectives on “Digital Literacy”
This paper explores the purchase and usefulness of the notion of digital literacy. Comparing and contrasting theoretical formulations of digital literacy from the “top-down” and “bottom-up”, itExpand
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Chapter 8 Youth, Technology, and Media Cultures
n Miranda July's film You, Me and Everyone We Know (2005), a young child, Robby, is initiated into and then takes over from his big brother a "chat" with an anonymous respondent who (we later findExpand
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Gotta Catch 'em all: Structure, Agency and Pedagogy in Children's Media Culture
This article uses an analytical case study of the Pokémon phenomenon as a means of addressing broader theoretical issues concerned with the relationships between structure and agency in children'sExpand
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Identity, community, and learning lives in the digital age
Introduction: why learning lives? Julian Sefton-Green and Ola Erstad Part I. Changing Approaches to Studying Learning: Identity, Policy and Social Change: 2. Tracing learning and identity acrossExpand
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What is connected learning and how to research it
We elaborate on the notion of “connected learning” as a conceptual heuristic that has recently received recognition as a potential lens and a model through which to research and promote learning as a holistic experience that stretches beyond formal and informal communities. Expand
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