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Why We All Need Digital Know-How

The average 21st century dweller has grown up during, or witnessed, the technological revolution of computers. Aside from some outliers of the global population, nearly everyone has been exposed to forms of digital literacy. 571 more words

Digital Literacies: The Importance Of Being A Competent Web User

Howard Rheingold is a writer, a teacher, a critic, and a person living in a rapidly expanding digital culture. Because cyberculture is prevalent within many societies across the globe, Rheingold allocates much of his time to researching and writing about the topic. 316 more words

Digital Literacy: For Fun & Profit!

Learning one’s way around online and digital spaces is relevant, whether you are someone long outside the younger generation or of the modern, social media-driven youth culture. 525 more words

They Have a Word for It

Author: Howard Rheingold

Type: Non-fiction, single subject

Full title: They Have a Word for It: A Lighthearted Lexicon of Untranslatable Words & Phrases… 463 more words

Non-fiction Single Subject

Thinkerings Episode 1: Knowledge as Connection

I’ve been wanting to produce a little animated vlog series called “Thinkerings” – where I discuss my “what ifs” in eduction, new literacies and media, art, and technology. 1,118 more words

Learning in 20: What's Changed (and Hasn't) About Learning in the Past Two Decades

When my friend Ed Monk (@edmundmonk) of the Learning and Performance Institute (@YourLPI ) in the UK challenged me to a video contest they were having in honour of their 20th anniversary, I thought (as I am likely to do) – why not? 741 more words

Digital Literacy 101 for Kids, PreK -Grade 6: A Checklist

In his book Net Smart, Howard Rheingold writes that for any of us to become knowledgeable connected world users and citizens, each of us needs to develop and continually strengthen five areas of digital literacy. 1,221 more words

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