Book Review: Engaged Learners and Digital Citizens: Critical Outcomes for Teaching and Learning
Keywords:Education, higer education, teaching, digital literacy, digital citizenship
The ways in which we teach and learn, as well as our access to knowledge, have changed in the last half-century, making digital tools not only ubiquitous, but necessary in post-secondary education. In his volume, Engaged Learners and Digital Citizens: Critical Outcomes for Teaching and Learning, Brad Garner identifies digital literacy as a necessity and proposes practical ways in which post-secondary educators can support their students into learning how to use digital tools in an efficient and responsible way.
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Howard, R. M., Serviss, T., and Rodrigue, T. K. (2010). Writing from Resources, Writing from Sentences. Writing and Pedagogy WAP 2(2): 177-192. Doi: 10.1558/wap/v2i2.177
Mossberger, K., Tolbert, C. J. and Neal, R. S. (2008). Digital Citizenship: The Internet, Society, and Participation. Cambridge MA: MIT Press
Ohler, J. B. (2011). Digital Citizenship Means Character Education for the Digital Age. Kappa Delta Pi Record, 47(supl1), 25-27, doi: 10.1080/00228958.2011.10516720
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