User Localization Strategies in the Face of Technological Breakdown

Bowen, L. M., Arko, K., Beatty, J., Delaney, C., Dorpenyo, I., Moeller, L., ... Velat, J. (2014). Community engagement in a graduate-level community literacy course. Community Literacy Journal, 9(1), 18–38. Brady, A., & José, L. (2009).

Author: Isidore Kafui Dorpenyo

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030263997

Category: Social Science

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This book examines Ghana’s use of the fingerprint biometric technology in order to further conversations about localization championed by technical communication scholars. Localization, in this case, refers to the extent to which users demonstrate their knowledge of use by subverting and reconfiguring the purpose of technology to solve local problems. Dorpenyo argues that the success of a technology depends on how it meets the users’ needs and the creative efforts users put into use situations. In User Localization Strategies in the Face of Technological Breakdown, Dorpenyo advocates studying how users of technological systems construct knowledge about the technology and develop local strategies to solve technological breakdowns. By analyzing technical documents and interview transcripts, the author identifies and advances three user localization strategies: linguistic localization, subversive localization, and user-heuristic experience localization, and considers how biometric systems can become a tool of marginalization.

Literacy Assessment and Intervention for Classroom Teachers

New York, NY: Arthur Levine. Cook, A., Shah, A., Brodsky, L., & Morizio, L. (2017). Strengthening school-family-community engagement through community dialogues. Journal of Social Action in Counseling and Psychology, 9(1), 9–37.

Author: Beverly A. DeVries

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351108140

Category: Education

Page: 562

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The fifth edition of this comprehensive resource helps future and practicing teachers recognize and assess literacy problems, while providing practical, effective intervention strategies to help every student succeed. DeVries thoroughly explores the major components of literacy, offering an overview of pertinent research, suggested methods and tools for diagnosis and assessment, intervention strategies and activities, and technology applications to increase students' skills. Updated to reflect the needs of teachers in increasingly diverse classrooms, the fifth edition addresses scaffolding for English language learners, and offers appropriate instructional strategies and tailored teaching ideas to help both teachers and their students. Several valuable appendices include assessment tools, instructions and visuals for creating and implementing the book's more than 150 instructional strategies and activities, and other resources. New to the Fifth Edition: Up-to-date and in line with ILA, CCSS, and most state and district literacy standards, this edition also addresses the important shifts and evolution of these standards. New chapter on Language Development, Speaking, and Listening covers early literacy, assessment, and interventions. New intervention strategies and activities are featured in all chapters and highlight a stronger technology component. Updated Companion Website with additional tools, resources, and examples of teachers using assessment strategies.

Literacy Across the Community

International Multilingual Research Journal, 9(1), 43–58. https://doi.org/10.1080/19313152.2014.982442 McCarty, T., & Lee, T. (2014). Critical culturally sustaining/revitalizing pedagogy and Indigenous education sovereignty.

Author: Laurie A Henry

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000290059

Category: Education

Page: 336

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This volume explores and evaluates community-based literacy programs, examining how they bridge gaps in literacy development, promote dialogue, and connect families, communities, and schools. Highlighting the diversity of existing literary initiatives across populations, this book brings together innovative and emerging scholarship on the relationship between P20 schools and community-based literacy programming. This volume not only identifies trends in research and practice, but it also addresses the challenges affecting these community-based programs and presents the best practices that emerge from them. Collaborating with leading scholars to provide national and international perspectives, and offering a clear, birds-eye view of the state of community literacy praxis, chapters cover programming in a multitude of settings and for a wide range of learners, from early childhood to incarcerated youths and adults, and including immigrants, refugees, and indigenous communities. Topics include identity and empowerment, language and literacy development across the lifespan, rural and urban environments, and partnership programs. The breadth of community literacy programming gathered in a single volume represents a unique array of models and topics, and has relevance for researchers, scholars, graduate students, pre-service educators, and community educators in literacy.

Sustainable Diets

Community Literacy Journal, 2015; 10(1): 1–3 Vidgen H (Ed.). Food Literacy: Key Concepts for Health and Education. ... The British Journal of Nutrition, 2014; 113(1): 19 Barton KL, Wrieden WL, Sherriff A, ...

Author: Pamela Mason

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781317770039

Category: Medical

Page: 354

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How can huge populations be fed healthily, equitably and affordably while maintaining the ecosystems on which life depends? The evidence of diet’s impact on public health and the environment has grown in recent decades, yet changing food supply, consumer habits and economic aspirations proves hard. This book explores what is meant by sustainable diets and why this has to be the goal for the Anthropocene, the current era in which human activities are driving the mismatch of humans and the planet. Food production and consumption are key drivers of transitions already underway, yet policy makers hesitate to reshape public eating habits and tackle the unsustainability of the global food system. The authors propose a multi-criteria approach to sustainable diets, giving equal weight to nutrition and public health, the environment, socio-cultural issues, food quality, economics and governance. This six-pronged approach to sustainable diets brings order and rationality to what either is seen as too complex to handle or is addressed simplistically and ineffectually. The book provides a major overview of this vibrant issue of interdisciplinary and public interest. It outlines the reasons for concern and how actors throughout the food system (governments, producers, civil society and consumers) must engage with (un)sustainable diets.

Literacy Theories for the Digital Age

London: Routledge. Unsworth, L. (2014) Multimodal reading comprehension: Curriculum expectations and large-scale literacy testing practices. Pedagogies: An International Journal 9 (1), 26–44. Unsworth, L., Thomas, A., Simpson, ...

Author: Dr. Kathy A. Mills

Publisher: Multilingual Matters

ISBN: 9781783094646

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 236

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Winner of the 2017 Edward Fry Book Award from the Literacy Research Association. Literacy Theories for the Digital Age insightfully brings together six essential approaches to literacy research and educational practice. The book provides powerful and accessible theories for readers, including Socio-cultural, Critical, Multimodal, Socio-spatial, Socio-material and Sensory Literacies. The brand new Sensory Literacies approach is an original and visionary contribution to the field, coupled with a provocative foreword from leading sensory anthropologist David Howes. This dynamic collection explores a legacy of literacy research while showing the relationships between each paradigm, highlighting their complementarity and distinctions. This highly relevant compendium will inspire researchers and teachers to explore new frontiers of thought and practice in times of diversity and technological change.

Information and Technology Literacy Concepts Methodologies Tools and Applications

Skills of digital literacy to address the risks of interactive communication. Journal of Information Technology Research, 9(1),54–64. doi:10.4018/JITR.2016010104 Shelby-Caffey, C., Úbéda, E., & Jenkins, B. (2014).

Author: Management Association, Information Resources

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781522534181

Category: Computers

Page: 2349

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People currently live in a digital age in which technology is now a ubiquitous part of society. It has become imperative to develop and maintain a comprehensive understanding of emerging innovations and technologies. Information and Technology Literacy: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications is an authoritative reference source for the latest scholarly research on techniques, trends, and opportunities within the areas of digital literacy. Highlighting a wide range of topics and concepts such as social media, professional development, and educational applications, this multi-volume book is ideally designed for academics, technology developers, researchers, students, practitioners, and professionals interested in the importance of understanding technological innovations.

Creating Experiential Learning Opportunities for Language Learners

Reflections: A Journal on Writing, Service-Learning, and Community Literacy 9 (1), 162–190. Zygmunt-Fillwalk, E., Clark, P., Clausen, J. and Mucherah, W. (2014) Teacher education redefined: Contextual cognizance and the potential for ...

Author: Melanie Bloom

Publisher: Multilingual Matters

ISBN: 9781783097333

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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While much research has been done on experiential learning opportunities in study abroad settings, there are fewer publications devoted to experiential learning in the domestic context. This volume aims to fill that gap by providing a collection of chapters highlighting research-based innovations in experiential learning in domestic settings. The book focuses on three experiential learning contexts: community engagement experiences, professional engagement experiences and other unique experiential contexts such as language camps and houses. The collection focuses on the US context but the research projects and curricular innovations described here can serve as models for educators working in other local contexts and will encourage interested practitioners to explore experiential learning opportunities in their local areas. It will also provide the reader with a better understanding of this growing field of inquiry and should appeal to graduate students and researchers who are interested in experiential language learning.

Using Tension as a Resource

Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 56(6), 500–509. Johnson, L. L. (2016). ... Smagorinsky, P., & Barnes, M. E. (2014). Revisiting and revising the ... Community Literacy Journal, 6(1), 55–78. Yancey, K., Robertson, L., & Taczak, ...

Author: Heidi L. Hallman

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781475845495

Category: Education

Page: 210

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This book focuses on the tensions that emerge in teaching the English language arts methods course within teacher education programs. It features chapters that grapple with the historical legacies of influence on methods/pedagogy as well as contemporary challenges in teaching methods courses alongside field experiences.

Writing for Engagement

Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning 6:53–62. Common Core of Data (CCD) ... College Composition and Communication 47 (1): 7–28. ———. 2002. ... Accessed 12 December 2014. http://www.corestandards. org/ELA-Literacy/W/9–10/.

Author: Mary P. Sheridan

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498565578

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 314

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Engagement is trendy. Although paired most often with community, diverse invocations of engagement have gained cache, capturing longstanding shifts toward new practices of knowledge making that both reflect and facilitate multiple ways of being an academic. Engagement functions as a gloss for these shifts—addressing more expansive understandings of where, how, and with whom we research, teach, and partner. This book examines these shifts, locating them within socio-economic trends within and beyond the higher educational landscape, with particular focus on how they have been enacted within the diverse subfields of writing studies. In so doing, this book provides concrete models for enacting these new responsive practices, thereby encouraging scholars to examine how they can facilitate writing for social action through taking positions, building relationships, and crossing boundaries.

Literacy as Numbers Teacher s Book

Local Literacies: Reading and Writing in One Community. ... Adults Learning Mathematics International Journal 9: 1, 37–52. www.alm-online.net/ images/ALM/journals/almij-volume9-1-april2014.pdf 70 Jeff Evans.

Author: Mary Hamilton

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107525177

Category: Education

Page: 260

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This collection presents new investigations into the role of heritage languages and the correlation between culture and language from a pedagogic and cosmopolitical point of view.

Partners in Literacy

Community Literacy Journal 5(2), 135–51. Schendel, E., and Macauley, ... Technical communication 52(1), 9–20. Tinberg, H. (2014). ... (2014). Investigating adult literacy programs through community engagement research: A case study.

Author: Allen Brizee

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781475827637

Category: Education

Page: 170

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Partners in Literacy describes the process, research, relationships, and theories that guided a three-year partnership between the Purdue University Writing Lab and two community organizations in Lafayette, Indiana: the Lafayette Adult Resource Academy and WorkOne Express. This partnership resulted in a new section of the globally known Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) and the Community Writing and Education Station (CWEST), which featured adult literacy resources in the areas of GED preparation, English as a Second Language, and workplace and job search literacy. Using an empirical and iterative design process, the authors worked closely with their community partners to develop, test, revise, and launch these resources. In Partners in Literacy, the authors argue that writing centers can be effective spaces from which to work with the community and that writing centers’ missions of sustainability, outreach, and research-driven practice can offer valuable philosophies for civic engagement. To support this argument, the book discusses the research methods and findings, the process behind developing and sustaining the three-year engagement project, and the personal relationships that ultimately held the project together.

Adolescent Literacies

Enacting critical literacy in English classrooms: How a teacher learning community supported critical inquiry. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 58(5), 417–425. Ritchie, S. (2012). ... and Literacy Education, 9(1), 21–39.

Author: Kathleen A. Hinchman

Publisher: Guilford Publications

ISBN: 9781462534524

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Showcasing cutting-edge findings on adolescent literacy teaching and learning, this unique handbook is grounded in the realities of students' daily lives. It highlights research methods and instructional approaches that capitalize on adolescents' interests, knowledge, and new literacies. Attention is given to how race, gender, language, and other dimensions of identity--along with curriculum and teaching methods--shape youths' literacy development and engagement. The volume explores innovative ways that educators are using a variety of multimodal texts, from textbooks to graphic novels and digital productions. It reviews a range of pedagogical approaches; key topics include collaborative inquiry, argumentation, close reading, and composition.

Handbook of Research on Media Literacy in Higher Education Environments

Retrieved from http://openjournals.libs.uga.edu/index.php/jheoe/article/viewFile/475/407 Schmidt, A., & Robby, M. A. (2002). What's the value of service-learning to the community? Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 9(1), ...

Author: Cubbage, Jayne

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781522540601

Category: Education

Page: 396

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Media is rapidly evolving, from social media to news channels, individuals are being bombarded with headlines, new technologies, and varying opinions. Teaching the next generation of communication professionals how to interact with varying forms of media is paramount as they will be the future distributors of news and information. The Handbook of Research on Media Literacy in Higher Education Environments provides emerging research on the role of journalism and mass communication education in the digital era. While highlighting topics such as community media labs, political cognition, and public engagement, this publication explores the impact of globalization and a changing and diversified world within the realm of higher education. This publication is an important resource for educators, academicians, professionals, and researchers seeking current research on applications and strategies in promoting media and digital studies in higher education.

Sexual Orientation Gender Identity and Schooling

Liberation lyrics: Volume 1. ... Community Literacy Journal (Special Issue), 8, 9–20. doi:10.1353/clj.2013.0015 Licona, A. C., & Russell, S. T. (Eds.). (2013). ... Monahan, K. C., VanDerhei, S., Bechtold, J., & Cauffman, E. (2014).

Author: Stephen Thomas Russell

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199387656

Category: Psychology

Page: 400

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Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Schooling brings together contributions from a diverse group of researchers, policy analysts, and education advocates from around the world to synthesize the practice and policy implications of research on sexual orientation, gender identity, and schooling.

Using Collective Impact to Bring Community Change

Collective Impact 3.0 – An Evolving Framework for Community Change. Community Change Series 2016, 1–14. ... The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 28(4), 480–498. ... Stanford Social Innovation Review Winter 2011, 9(1), 36–41.

Author: Norman Walzer

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134823086

Category: Architecture

Page: 200

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Collective Impact as a tool to bring about community change has seen remarkable growth in usage since 2011. Collective Impact has been used successfully with a variety of local issues and has raised the consciousness of how community groups interact as well as the approaches that can lead to long-term innovations. This edited volume sets forth conceptual foundations for using Collective Impact as well as sharing basic approaches that have succeeded in projects under diverse circumstances. It will be useful for both academics and practitioners as Collective Impact continues to undergo substantial changes in focus and direction. Building on Kania and Kramer’s influential work, it provides readers with detailed insights not only into how the Collective Impact system works but also innovative applications to issues facing community developers. The diverse topics shared by the contributing authors make this volume especially important for practitioners designing programs to bring about long-term changes in their communities. Including discussion about how Collective Impact has succeeded in different governmental settings, this book demonstrates how Collective Impact has been modified to accommodate the associated cultural differences with 10 chapters written by experienced on-the-ground community development experts.

Rewriting Partnerships

Because We Live Here: Sponsoring Literacy beyond the College Curriculum. New York: Hampton Press. ... Accessed August 10, 2014. http://www.phd-survey.org/report.htm. ... Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning 24 (1):64–71.

Author: Rachael W. Shah

Publisher: University Press of Colorado

ISBN: 9781607329602

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 231

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Community members are rarely tapped for their insights on engaged teaching and research, but without these perspectives, it is difficult to create ethical and effective practices. Rewriting Partnerships calls for a radical reorientation to the knowledges of community partners. Emphasizing the voices of community members themselves—the adult literacy learners, secondary students, and youth activists who work with college students—the book introduces Critical Community-Based Epistemologies, a deeply practical approach to knowledge construction that centers the perspectives of marginalized participants. Drawing on interviews with over eighty community members, Rewriting Partnerships features community knowledges in three common types of community-engaged learning: youth working with college students in a writing exchange program, nonprofit staff who serve as clients for student projects, and community members who work with graduate students. Interviewees from each type of partnership offer practical strategies for creating more ethical collaborations, including how programs are built, how projects are introduced to partners, and how graduate students are educated. The book also explores three approaches to partnership design that create space for community voices at the structural level: advisory boards, participatory evaluation, and community grading. Immediately applicable to teachers, researchers, community partners, and administrators involved in community engagement, Rewriting Partnerships offers concrete strategies for creating more community-responsive partnerships at the classroom level as well as at the level of program and research design. But most provocatively, the book challenges common assumptions about who can create knowledge about community-based learning, demonstrating that community partners have the potential to contribute significantly to community engagement scholarship and program decision-making.

International Service Learning

Policy and Practice—A Development Education Review, Autumn, 40–51 Blouin, D. D., & Perry, E. M. (2009). Whom does service learning ... Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 18(1), 49–58. ... (2014) What is theory of change?

Author: Marianne Larsen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317554585

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 300

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International service learning (ISL) programs are growing more popular with students looking to advance their skills and knowledge to become global citizens. While the benefits of these programs among students are well documented, little is known about the implications they have on host communities themselves. This volume explores the impact of ISL programs on members of host communities (e.g. host families and local partner NGOs) who are increasingly influenced by the presence of international students in their lives. Drawing upon post-colonial, feminist and other critical and decolonizing theories, it examines the complicated power relations between North American ISL students and host communities in East and West Africa, the Caribbean and Central America. It stresses the importance of developing trusting relations between ISL students, faculty and individuals in the host communities to create mutually engaging learning experiences.

The Oxford Handbook of Deaf Studies in Literacy

Improving adult literacy outcomes: Lessons from cognitive research for developing countries. ... American Sign Language: A look at its history, structure and community. ... Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 22(1), 9–21.

Author: Susan R. Easterbrooks

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780197508268

Category: Education

Page: 488

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"The Oxford Handbook on Deaf Studies Series began in 2010 with it first volume. The series presents state-of-the art information across an array of topics pertinent to deaf individuals and deaf learners, such as cognition, neuroscience, attention, memory, learning, and language. The present handbook, The Oxford Handbook on Deaf Studies in Literacy, is the 5th in this series, rounding out the topics with the most up-to-date information on literacy learning among deaf and hard of hearing learners (DHH)"--

A Responsive Rhetorical Art

U of South Carolina P, 2014, pp. ... “Protean Shapes in Literacy Events: Ever-Shifting Oral and Literate Traditions. ... Community Literacy Journal, vol. 1, no. 1, 2006, pp. 9–43. Himley, Margaret. “Facing (Up to) 'the Stranger' in ...

Author: Elenore Long

Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press

ISBN: 9780822986447

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 312

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A Responsive Rhetorical Art explores the risk-ridden realm of wise if always also fallible rhetorical action—the productive knowledge building required to compose and to leverage texts, broadly construed, for the purposes of public life marked by shrinking public resources, cultural conflict, and deferred hope. Here, composition and literacy learning hold an important and distinctive cultural promise: the capacity to invent with other people new ways forward in light of their own interests and values and in the face of obstacles that could not have otherwise been predicted. Distributed across publicly situated strangers, including citizen-educators, this work engages a persistent challenge of early rhetorical uptake in public life: that what might become public and shared is often tacit and contested. The book’s approach combines attention to local cases (with a transnational student organization, the Nipmuck Chaubunagungamaug, and the South Sudanese diaspora in Phoenix) with a revisable guide for taking up wise action and methods for uncovering elusive institutional logics.

Participatory Literacy Practices for P 12 Classrooms in the Digital Age

New literacies: A dual-level theory of the changing nature of literacy, instruction, and assessment. Journal of Education, 197(2), 1–18. doi:10.1177/002205741719700202 McInerney, P., Smyth, J., & Down, B. (2011).

Author: Mitchell, Jessica S.

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799800026

Category: Education

Page: 286

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The ability to effectively communicate in a globalized world shapes the economic, social, and democratic implications for the future of P-12 students. Digitally mediated communication in an inclusive classroom increases a student’s familiarity and comfortability with multiple types of media used in a wider technological culture. However, there is a need for research that explores the larger context and methodologies of participatory literacy in a digital educational space. Participatory Literacy Practices for P-12 Classrooms in the Digital Age is an essential collection of innovative research on the methods and applications of integrating digital content into a learning environment to support inclusive classroom designs. While highlighting topics such as game-based learning, coding education, and multimodal narratives, this book is ideally designed for practicing instructors, pre-service teachers, professional development coordinators, instructional facilitators, curriculum designers, academicians, and researchers seeking interdisciplinary coverage on how participatory literacies enhance a student’s ability to both contribute to the class and engage in opportunities beyond the classroom.