References

These are useful items and a number of the readings have been taken from them. The Snyder work, in particular, although rather old, introduces a number of the key themes.

Hawisher, G.E. & Selfe, C.L. (Eds). (1999). Passions, Pedagogies and 21st Century Technologies. Logan: Utah State UP.
Kress, G. (2003). Literacy in the New Media Age. London: Routledge.
McGann, J. (2001). Radiant Textuality: Literature after the world wide web. New York, Palgrave.
Ryan, M-L. (Ed.) (1999). Cyberspace Textuality: Computer Technology and Literary Theory.Bloomington: Indiana UP
Snyder, I. (Ed.) (1998). Page to Screen: Taking Literacy into the Electronic Era. New York: Routledge

Some new items:

Andrews, R. (Ed.) (2004). The Impact of ICT on Literacy Education. London: RoutledgeFalmer.
Kist, W. (2005). New Literacies in Action: Teaching and learning in multiple media. New York, Teachers College Press.
Selber, S. A. (2004). Multiliteracies for a Digital Age. Carbondale, Southern Illinois Univesity Press.
Snyder, I. and C. Beavis, Eds. (2004). Doing Literacy Online: Teaching, learning and playing in an electronic world. New Dimensions in Computers and Composition. Creskill, Hampton Press.

Additional References (links are to digital sources)

Participants are encouraged to email to the module tutors details of additional recommendations and/or their reviews of items—these will be included on this site.

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Bolter, D.J. (2001). Writing Space: Computers, hypertext and the remediation of print. 2nd Edition. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Born, G. (1997). ‘Computer software as a medium: textuality, orality and sociality in an artificial intelligence research culture.’ In Banks, M. and Morphy, H. (Eds.). Rethinking Visual Anthropology. London: Yale University Press.

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Castells, M. (1996). The Rise of the Network Society. Malden, Blackwell.

Castells, M. (1997). 'An Introduction to the Information Age.' City 1(7): 6-16.

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Dowling, P.C. (2001). ‘School Mathematics in late modernity: Beyond myths and fragmentation.’ In B. Atweh et al (Eds.). Socio-Cultural Research on Mathematics Education An International Perspective. Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Dowling, P.C. (2001).‘Reading School Mathematics Texts’. In Gates, P. (Ed). Issues in Mathematics Teaching. London: Routledge-Falmer

Dowling, P.C. (in press). ‘Language, Discourse, Literacy: Stability, territory and transformation’. In Culture and Learning: Access and Opportunity in the Curriculum. M. Olssen (Ed.) Wesport: The Greenwood Press. Available from the author.

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Dudley-Smith, R. (2000). A Social Activity Analysis of the Institute of Fiscal Studies 'Virtual Economy' Internet Site. MA dissertation. Institute of Education, University of London. www.westminster.org.uk/intranet/departments/economics/all.pdf

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Kress, G. & van Leeuwen, T. (2002). Multimodal Discourse. London: Arnold.

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Luke, C. (1997) Technological Literacy. www.gseis.ucla.edu/courses/ed253a/Luke/TECHLIT.html

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