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  1. Apr 2017
    1. these do not replace the conventional literacies of reading and writing, speaking and listening, but are supplemental to them

      they could also be seen as different facets of conventional literacies. I see relationships with the ACRL Framework

  2. May 2016
    1. building blocks of the web and encouraging them to take an active role in the construction of their own digital identity

      info has value - owning/controlling your own space & identity online constructing identity - constructing authority

  3. Apr 2016
    1. It highlights the importance of learner agency, learning in public, control over one’s digital identity, and the increasing importance of Web literacies.

      Consider all the ways this ties to the ACRL Framework

    1. critical comparison of similar messages delivered through multiple modes

      hands on experience with creating media would be useful

    2. Utilize information modalities that fit the needs and expectations of the activity and community of practice.

      connects to DoOO - engage in processes to understand them, practice in multi media

    3. reflective blogging is a way to do this - using comm. modalities to discuss them

    1. Getting students to follow their instructors’ blogs and other informal scholarly writings on the web is a great introduction to this knowledge practice.

      ties to DoOO, connected courses

    2. Maintain a wiki, blog, or other platform to share reflections, thoughts, and analyses of scholarly work in a given discipline, field, or research area.

      Open practices to develop IL

    3. Debate is much more effective at developing this knowledge practice than the more commonplace research papers on hot topics.

      See Bryan Jackson's post on this. Not sure that this could be done in a one-shot though.

    4. there is a big difference between someone who can intellectually describe what they SHOULD do, and actually practice what they preach

      students know how they're supposed to answer questions of authority, but don't always do what they should