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Writing, Reading, and Learning in the Late Age of Print
From Literacy to Electracy

This presentation explores ways new writing spaces, new alternative genres to the essay or book, are influencing writing and reading, teaching and learning, knowledge creation and online power. By considering new writing tools, from Wikipedia to social bookmarking to music mash ups, I consider ways collaborative practices are changing, ways new genres are emerging, ways change takes place at a societal level, ways healing and therapy take place, and ways, perhaps, that we--as authors and readers--are changing in response to our new tools and communicative processes.

 A Vision of Students Today

 Livepen

 Electracies

  Horizon 2008 Report Website
  From Pencils to Pixels: The Stages of Literacy Technology
  Best-Selling Book Shows 'Halo' Game's Wide Appeal
  The End of the Age of Literacy by Walter Ong (59/69...etc)(
  Horizon Wiki
  Wiki Writing: Collaborative Learning in the College Classroom

 Future

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 Literacy

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Grassroots Video - Renders RSS Feed  Grassroots Video

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 Virtual Collaboration

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 Mobile Broadband

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 Collective Intelligence

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 Data Mashups

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 Social Operating Systems

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 RSS Feed 4 My Presentation Notes

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