Equity in Digital Literacies: Access, Ethics & Engagement

Equity in Digital Literacies: Access, Ethics & Engagement

Equity in Digital Literacies: Access, Ethics & Engagement conference took place on May, 2016. This page is an archive of Keynote presentation videos.  

Equity in Digital Literacies: Access, Ethics and Engagement

Equity in Digital Literacies: Access, Ethics and Engagement

These keynotes are part of a two-day closed conference. Funded by SSHRC, UBC SPARC, the Department of Language and Literacy Education, and LLED’s Digital Literacy Centre. Organized by Theresa Rogers, Jim Anderson, Ron Darvin (UBC) and Suzanne Smythe (SFU).

Ron Darvin: Social Class and Digital Literacies
Equity in Digital Literacies:  Access, Ethics and Engagement

Equity in Digital Literacies: Access, Ethics and Engagement

To apply for this conference, please click here. In language and literacy studies, the proliferation of new digital tools and forms of symbolic representation has raised serious concerns about access to digital technologies, the ethics of new language and literacy practices, and the educational polices that link the broad digital world to learning contexts within […]

New book by Dr. Maureen Kendrick

New book by Dr. Maureen Kendrick

Over the past three decades, our conceptualizations of literacy and what it means to be literate have expanded to include recognition that there is a qualitative difference in how we communicate through modalities such as the visual, audio, spatial, and linguistic and that different modes are combined in complex ways to make meaning. The field […]