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On Tuesday, February 25, join Educator Innovator for this webinar, presented in association with Mozilla. Here is the description of the webinar: What are the skills and competencies required to be effective on the web? What do reading, writing, and participating look like in online spaces? In this webinar, we will discuss the history of web literacy and Mozilla's current and future work on a new...
mr__photographer_3d_by_raphis-d4p94b5.jpg TL;DR version: This post is the second in a series of posts in which I reflect on events and discussions from #LRA13 in Dallas, TX. This post focuses on the changing nature of writing, multimediating, and online spaces.I've been very much interested in "writing" and how it's changed while using digital texts and tools. I...
On Tuesday night, the collaborative radio show venture that I was part of — The Merry Hacksters — had a premiere on DS106 Radio. I represented our group during the chat with Alan Levine and Christina Hendricks. The collaborative experience was interesting, to say the least, as we worked almost exclusively off Google Docs, Twitter and Dropbox to gather ideas, share audio files and make suggestions...
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Keywords: video, remix, web, Mozilla, popcorn
A friend challenged us to create video tutorials on using some the Mozilla Webmaker tools, so I created this screencast of using Popcorn to remix the Digital Is animation video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AtBWZY8Bb4&feature=youtube_gdata Maybe it will help you dive in, too. Here is the Popcorn Project that I made when doing the screencast. http://popcorn.webmadecontent.org/11hn I invite...
In this post Doug Belshaw, who leads Mozilla Foundation's web literacies initiative, explains why Mozilla Foundation is working to develop web literacy standards and how everyone—that's YOU Digital Is folks—can participate in their development. First posted at DML Central, Doug lists a series of spaces for you to give feedback on the emerging framework. ____________________________________ By...
I’m currently iterating some work around Web Literacies for the Mozilla Foundation (you can see the latest version of my thinking here). Perhaps the biggest consideration when dealing with so-called ‘New’ Literacies is distinguishing them from one another. As I've discussed many times before, without some clear thinking on this issue both theorists and practitioners alike tend to talk...
Keywords: internet, history, web, comics
I was inspired to create this short-run comic strip after thinking about and learning more about the history of the development of the World Wide Web. (Which sounds funny to say it as a full three-word phrase these days, doesn't it?). I wondered: what if two kids -- Ralph and Carl -- were able to go back in time, like Bill and Ted (in their own dimwitted excellent adventures), and witness some of...
"Relax, Chad. It's only a prototype." - an 8th grader That was, perhaps, the best thing I heard all week*. Using recycled cardboard, my kids are building their own workspaces off the surfaces in our classroom. I had stopped by a workspace-in-progres to ask a few questions of its builder. What's with the rough edges? Are those flaps supposed to go all the way down?" I was clearly getting ahead of...
(Note: this is adapted from a post at my blog) I've been appreciating the inquiry and exploration and sharing by Doug Belshaw here. It’s interesting to think of Web Literacies as part of the larger Digital Literacies umbrella, and separating one from the other as a source of exploration is fascinating. It seems like Doug’s work with Mozilla Foundation around these issues might evolve into...

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