Digital Literacy: Tools and Methodologies for Information Society: Tools and Methodologies for Information Society

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Rivoltella, Pier Cesare
IGI Global, Jan 31, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 368 pages
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Currently in a state of cultural transition, global society is moving from a literary society to digital one, adopting widespread use of advanced technologies such as the Internet and mobile devices. Digital media has an extraordinary impact on society's formative processes, forcing a pragmatic shift in their management and organization.

Digital Literacy: Tools and Methodologies for Information Society strives to define a conceptual framework for understanding social changes produced by digital media and creates a framework within which digital literacy acts as a tool to assist younger generations to interact critically with digital media and their culture, providing scholars, educators, researchers, and practitioners a technological and sociological approach to this cutting-edge topic from an educational perspective.


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Communicating in the Information Society New Tools for New Practices
Digital Media and Socialization
New Episthemologies in a Changing Media Environment
Integrating Technology Literacy and Information Literacy
The Information Society Educative Researches
Growing Up Wireless Being a Parent and Being a Child in the Age of Mobile Communication
Children and Computers What They Know What They Do
Adolescents and the Internet Media Appropriation and Perspectives on Education
From Media Education to Digital Literacy A Paradigm Change?
Creative Remixing and Digital Learning Developing an Online Media Literacy Learning Tool for Girls
Digital Literacy Educational Outlines
Educating in the Information Society
Media Education Digital Production and New Media What Do Teachers Need to Know?
Globalisation and New Technology1 The Challenge for Teachers to Become Translators and Children Knowledge Seekers
The Future of Digital Society and the New Values of Media
Digital Literacy and Cultural Mediations to the Digital Divide

Learning with New Media at the University From Representations to Utilization
Rethinking Cognition Representations and Processes in 3D Online Social Learning Environments
Digital Literacy Definition and Perspectives
Investigating Information in the Multiscreen Society An Ecologic Perspective
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Pier Cesare Rivoltella is a full professor in education technology at the Catholic University of Milan where he is president of CREMIT (Center of Research about Education, Media, Information and Technology). He is also president of the postgraduate program in media education and of the international master in communication and education. Vice President of SIREM (Italian Society for the Research about Media and Education), he wrote and edited 26 books, and more than 80 articles about media education and education technology. [Editor]

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