Digital and Information Literacy: Set 10
Literacy is no longer simply the ability to
read and interpret information. Today?s students must also be
visually, digitally, and technologically literate. Increasingly, students are
expected to generate content, as well as read and comprehend it. This requires a
set of specialized skills revolving around technological tools and protocols.
The titles in this series cover net neutrality, internet surveillance, vlogging,
hackathons, and more to provide readers with the information they need to engage
in safe content generation and social networking and to effectively navigate
debates surrounding digital information gathering and cyber-ethics.
? Correlates with current pedagogy trends to incorporate technology in the learning and literacy process
? Debunks myths about each technology
? Encourages students to investigate more by asking questions of experts in the field
? Encourages students to make thoughtful text-to-text, text-to-self, and text-to-world connections, which supports the Next Generation Science Standards