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The Resource Digital literacies : research and resources in language teaching, Gavin Dudeney, Nicky Hockly and Mark Pegrum, (electronic book)

Digital literacies : research and resources in language teaching, Gavin Dudeney, Nicky Hockly and Mark Pegrum, (electronic book)

Label
Digital literacies : research and resources in language teaching
Title
Digital literacies
Title remainder
research and resources in language teaching
Statement of responsibility
Gavin Dudeney, Nicky Hockly and Mark Pegrum
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
NhCcYBP
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1964-
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Dudeney, Gavin
Dewey number
302.23/1071
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
P53.28
LC item number
.D56 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1969-
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  • Hockly, Nicky
  • Pegrum, Mark
  • Taylor & Francis
Series statement
RESEARCH AND RESOURCES IN LANGUAGE TEACHING
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  • Language and languages
  • Language and languages
  • Language and languages
  • Internet literacy
  • Computer literacy
  • Internet in education
Label
Digital literacies : research and resources in language teaching, Gavin Dudeney, Nicky Hockly and Mark Pegrum, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 367-387)
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • First focus: Language
  • 109
  • Activity 11
  • Envisioning the facts
  • 115
  • Activity 12
  • Sales techniques
  • 120
  • Activity 13
  • Showcasing hobbies
  • 124
  • 7
  • Activity 14
  • Selling English
  • 128
  • Activity 15
  • Transmedia stories
  • 132
  • Activity 16
  • Avatars
  • 136
  • Activity 17
  • Box 1.2
  • Choose your own adventure
  • 142
  • Activity 18
  • History hunt
  • 147
  • Activity 19
  • A picture a day
  • 154
  • Activity 20
  • Mobile rules
  • Ami teaching digital natives?
  • 158
  • Activity 21
  • HTML basics
  • 162
  • Activity 22
  • HTML advanced
  • 169
  • Activity 23
  • Travel clouds
  • 176
  • 10
  • Activity 24
  • Travel tags
  • 181
  • Activity 25
  • Search race
  • 185
  • Activity 26
  • Search me
  • 193
  • Activity 27
  • Box 1.3
  • Tree octopus
  • 198
  • Activity 28
  • Fun facts
  • 204
  • Activity 29
  • News in my networks
  • 207
  • Activity 30
  • Connecting people
  • Does Facebook belong in my classroom?
  • 213
  • Activity 31
  • My digital life
  • 217
  • Activity 32
  • Turn off, tune out
  • 222
  • Activity 33
  • Faking it
  • 227
  • 12
  • Activity 34
  • Online me
  • 233
  • Activity 35
  • Personal blogging
  • 239
  • Activity 36
  • Setting the scene
  • 246
  • Activity 37
  • Box 1.4
  • Footprints in the wires
  • 252
  • Activity 38
  • Going viral
  • 257
  • Activity 39
  • A class PLN
  • 263
  • Activity 40
  • Our city guide
  • Does the digital divide still matter?
  • 266
  • Activity 41
  • Our city on Wikipedia
  • 271
  • Activity 42
  • Flickr vocabulary book
  • 276
  • Activity 43
  • A good cause
  • 280
  • 1
  • 15
  • Activity 44
  • Vox pop
  • 284
  • Activity 45
  • Global dancing
  • 289
  • Activity 46
  • Travel tips
  • 292
  • Activity 47
  • Second focus: Information
  • LOLcats
  • 297
  • Activity 48
  • Texting Hillary
  • 304
  • Activity 49
  • I'mma let you finish
  • 308
  • Activity 50
  • Movie mashup
  • 18
  • 312
  • Future learning
  • 316
  • 3
  • From application to implementation
  • 317
  • Incorporating activities into the syllabus and timetable
  • 317
  • Choosing activities for different levels and contexts
  • 327
  • Box 1.5
  • Generating further activities
  • 336
  • Building new learning spaces
  • 337
  • Teaching in technology-limited environments
  • 340
  • Assessing digital work
  • 342
  • 4
  • From implementation to research
  • What are the alternatives to Google?
  • 348
  • Conducting and sharing action research
  • 348
  • Building and maintaining PLNs
  • 350
  • Keeping a blog
  • 351
  • Tweeting and Facebooking
  • 353
  • Working with aggregators
  • 21
  • 354
  • Working across platforms
  • 355
  • Box 1.6
  • Can we trust Wikipedia?
  • 21
  • Box 1.7
  • From research to implications
  • Is there too much or too little information?
  • 23
  • Box 1.8
  • Does multitasking work?
  • 26
  • Third focus: Connections
  • 26
  • Box 1.9
  • How can we promote digital safety and privacy?
  • 27
  • 1
  • Box 1.10
  • When, where and why should my students build PLNs (and PLEs)?
  • 30
  • Box 1.11
  • Do I need to worry about censorship and surveillance?
  • 32
  • Fourth focus: (Re-)design
  • 36
  • Box 1.12
  • How do I deal with copyright and plagiarism?
  • A framework of digital literacies
  • 38
  • Looking ahead
  • 40
  • Box 1.13
  • What do new technologies mean for people and the planet?
  • 40
  • 2
  • From implications to application
  • 42
  • Box 2.1
  • 2
  • Wilt new technologies improve my students' learning?
  • 42
  • The TPACK framework for integrating technology use
  • 43
  • Box 2.2
  • Should I be worried about teaching with new technologies?
  • 45
  • The SAMR model for evaluating technology use
  • 46
  • The digital activities grid
  • Box 1.1
  • 48
  • Activity 1
  • Technology past and present
  • 66
  • Activity 2
  • Being digitally literate
  • 72
  • Activity 3
  • Writing the news
  • 75
  • What hardware and software do I need?
  • Activity 4
  • Extreme weather
  • 79
  • Activity 5
  • Cryptic messages
  • 86
  • Activity 6
  • Codeswitching
  • 90
  • Activity 7
  • 4
  • Sports linking
  • 96
  • Activity 8
  • Building links
  • 102
  • Activity 9
  • Food boards
  • 105
  • Activity 10
  • Copycat
Control code
99977421453
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xi, 387 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781408296899
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Digital literacies : research and resources in language teaching, Gavin Dudeney, Nicky Hockly and Mark Pegrum, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 367-387)
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • First focus: Language
  • 109
  • Activity 11
  • Envisioning the facts
  • 115
  • Activity 12
  • Sales techniques
  • 120
  • Activity 13
  • Showcasing hobbies
  • 124
  • 7
  • Activity 14
  • Selling English
  • 128
  • Activity 15
  • Transmedia stories
  • 132
  • Activity 16
  • Avatars
  • 136
  • Activity 17
  • Box 1.2
  • Choose your own adventure
  • 142
  • Activity 18
  • History hunt
  • 147
  • Activity 19
  • A picture a day
  • 154
  • Activity 20
  • Mobile rules
  • Ami teaching digital natives?
  • 158
  • Activity 21
  • HTML basics
  • 162
  • Activity 22
  • HTML advanced
  • 169
  • Activity 23
  • Travel clouds
  • 176
  • 10
  • Activity 24
  • Travel tags
  • 181
  • Activity 25
  • Search race
  • 185
  • Activity 26
  • Search me
  • 193
  • Activity 27
  • Box 1.3
  • Tree octopus
  • 198
  • Activity 28
  • Fun facts
  • 204
  • Activity 29
  • News in my networks
  • 207
  • Activity 30
  • Connecting people
  • Does Facebook belong in my classroom?
  • 213
  • Activity 31
  • My digital life
  • 217
  • Activity 32
  • Turn off, tune out
  • 222
  • Activity 33
  • Faking it
  • 227
  • 12
  • Activity 34
  • Online me
  • 233
  • Activity 35
  • Personal blogging
  • 239
  • Activity 36
  • Setting the scene
  • 246
  • Activity 37
  • Box 1.4
  • Footprints in the wires
  • 252
  • Activity 38
  • Going viral
  • 257
  • Activity 39
  • A class PLN
  • 263
  • Activity 40
  • Our city guide
  • Does the digital divide still matter?
  • 266
  • Activity 41
  • Our city on Wikipedia
  • 271
  • Activity 42
  • Flickr vocabulary book
  • 276
  • Activity 43
  • A good cause
  • 280
  • 1
  • 15
  • Activity 44
  • Vox pop
  • 284
  • Activity 45
  • Global dancing
  • 289
  • Activity 46
  • Travel tips
  • 292
  • Activity 47
  • Second focus: Information
  • LOLcats
  • 297
  • Activity 48
  • Texting Hillary
  • 304
  • Activity 49
  • I'mma let you finish
  • 308
  • Activity 50
  • Movie mashup
  • 18
  • 312
  • Future learning
  • 316
  • 3
  • From application to implementation
  • 317
  • Incorporating activities into the syllabus and timetable
  • 317
  • Choosing activities for different levels and contexts
  • 327
  • Box 1.5
  • Generating further activities
  • 336
  • Building new learning spaces
  • 337
  • Teaching in technology-limited environments
  • 340
  • Assessing digital work
  • 342
  • 4
  • From implementation to research
  • What are the alternatives to Google?
  • 348
  • Conducting and sharing action research
  • 348
  • Building and maintaining PLNs
  • 350
  • Keeping a blog
  • 351
  • Tweeting and Facebooking
  • 353
  • Working with aggregators
  • 21
  • 354
  • Working across platforms
  • 355
  • Box 1.6
  • Can we trust Wikipedia?
  • 21
  • Box 1.7
  • From research to implications
  • Is there too much or too little information?
  • 23
  • Box 1.8
  • Does multitasking work?
  • 26
  • Third focus: Connections
  • 26
  • Box 1.9
  • How can we promote digital safety and privacy?
  • 27
  • 1
  • Box 1.10
  • When, where and why should my students build PLNs (and PLEs)?
  • 30
  • Box 1.11
  • Do I need to worry about censorship and surveillance?
  • 32
  • Fourth focus: (Re-)design
  • 36
  • Box 1.12
  • How do I deal with copyright and plagiarism?
  • A framework of digital literacies
  • 38
  • Looking ahead
  • 40
  • Box 1.13
  • What do new technologies mean for people and the planet?
  • 40
  • 2
  • From implications to application
  • 42
  • Box 2.1
  • 2
  • Wilt new technologies improve my students' learning?
  • 42
  • The TPACK framework for integrating technology use
  • 43
  • Box 2.2
  • Should I be worried about teaching with new technologies?
  • 45
  • The SAMR model for evaluating technology use
  • 46
  • The digital activities grid
  • Box 1.1
  • 48
  • Activity 1
  • Technology past and present
  • 66
  • Activity 2
  • Being digitally literate
  • 72
  • Activity 3
  • Writing the news
  • 75
  • What hardware and software do I need?
  • Activity 4
  • Extreme weather
  • 79
  • Activity 5
  • Cryptic messages
  • 86
  • Activity 6
  • Codeswitching
  • 90
  • Activity 7
  • 4
  • Sports linking
  • 96
  • Activity 8
  • Building links
  • 102
  • Activity 9
  • Food boards
  • 105
  • Activity 10
  • Copycat
Control code
99977421453
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xi, 387 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781408296899
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations.
Specific material designation
remote

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