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Social Reading: How social media are changing literacies related to literature - Vlieghe (ISATT'13, Ghent)

“each technological
advance has seen a
corresponding
change in how
literacy is practiced
and its social role
understood”
-...
Discourse on and
within social media
forces us to
(re)consider the
affordances of
institutionalized
sociocultural roles
“I don’t always feel
comfortable to speak
up in class (…) in
Subtext I can really
take my time and get
my point across”
“H...

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Social Reading: How social media are changing literacies related to literature - Vlieghe (ISATT'13, Ghent)

Paper presented at ISATT 2013 'Excellence of teachers? Practice, policy, research' (1 - 5 July 2013, Ghent)

Watch the (original) animated version at: http://youtu.be/GYAGledtEX0

Find the abstract at: http://joachimvlieghe.tumblr.com/post/54511543148/issat13

Paper presented at ISATT 2013 'Excellence of teachers? Practice, policy, research' (1 - 5 July 2013, Ghent)

Watch the (original) animated version at: http://youtu.be/GYAGledtEX0

Find the abstract at: http://joachimvlieghe.tumblr.com/post/54511543148/issat13

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  1. 1. “each technological advance has seen a corresponding change in how literacy is practiced and its social role understood” - I. Snyder - “Discourse is a sort of 'identity kit' which comes complete with the appropriate costume and instructions on how to act, talk, and often write, so as to take on a particular social role that others will recognize” - J.P. Gee - “(…) literacy as a way of framing society’s ambitions regarding people’s engagement with media” - S. Livingstone-
  2. 2. Discourse on and within social media forces us to (re)consider the affordances of institutionalized sociocultural roles
  3. 3. “I don’t always feel comfortable to speak up in class (…) in Subtext I can really take my time and get my point across” “Her notes make me think about what I am reading (…). It’s cool to see what the rest of the class thinks It’s amazing to see my students learn from each other (…)” “We all get more out of books when we can talk about them”
  4. 4. “If you love reading and sharing your reading experience (...)” Place “Knowledge is power, and power is best shared among readers”
  5. 5. Shelfari introduces readers to our global community of book lovers and encourages them to share their literary inclinations and passions with peers, friends, and total strangers (for now). Shelfari is a gathering place for authors, aspiring authors, publishers, and readers (…). Our mission is to enhance the experience of reading by connecting readers in meaningful conversations about the published word.
  6. 6. “(…) to be useful, egalitarian, and merit- based while fostering an atmosphere of encouragement and creativity” “(…) gathering place for authors, aspiring authors, publishers, and readers (…)” “ (…) a creative and supportive space where fiction writers and readers can give and receive constructive criticism, discover new and entertaining books, discuss and share tips and experiences, and learn about the publishing industry”
  7. 7. “put your name in the back to show you helped make it happen” “authors get to write the books they really want to write and you get to read real books that in a crowed celebrity-obsessed marketplace might otherwise never see the light of day”
  8. 8. “In such spaces, people who may share little and even differ dramatically on other issues, affiliate around their common cause and the practices associated with espousing it” Affinity Spaces “Learning becomes a personal and unique trajectory through a complex space of opportunities and a social journey as one shares aspects of that trajectory with others for a shorter or longer time” - J.P. Gee -

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