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“technology as literacy”

From the August 12 Chicago Tribune

Training for the Poor Moves Into the Computer Age

“…Promoting computer games as the path to a new literacy has become a central concern among educators and librarians…”

Catch the complete article before it goes archive! There’s mention of GLLS2007 and insights from Jenny Levine, Scott Nicholson, and James Paul Gee.


13 August 2007 - Posted by | gaming in libraries, glls2007, in the news

1 Comment »

  1. Thanks for the article. In today’s world, you need to be able to use a computer and find your way around the web to be a fully engaged citizen.

    Comment by Rich | 15 August 2007 | Reply

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