This book chronicles the development of electronic literacies through the stories of individuals with varying backgrounds and skills.
Authors Cynthia L. Selfe and Gail Selfe and Gail E. Date: Sept.
Literate Lives in the Information Age: Narratives of Literacy From the United States
Publisher: International Literacy Association. Document Type: Book review.
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My second book, Network , was published by Cambridge University Press in Hawisher The book Literate Lives is a set of 20 case studies selected from over people who filled in questionnaires or conducted interviews with the authors over a six-year period. Today, personal computers have become embedded so deeply in the landscape that they are disappearing, becoming invisible, much like electricity or cars or ballpoint pens, all emergent technologies from previous periods in U.
When this disappearing act is complete, when the memories of what some have referred to as the computer revolution have faded, these first-hand accounts of people's lived experiences will help us remember how computers dramatically altered our lives, and literacy, at one particular point in history. Labels: readings. No comments:.
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