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Digital Literacies and 21st Century Skills

Aaron Chia Yuan Hung

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Digital Literacies and 21st Century Skills
Digital Literacies and 21st Century Skills

Digital Literacies and 21st Century Skills

Aaron Chia Yuan Hung

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Podcast for the Digital Literacies and 21st Century Skills course at Adelphi University's Educational Technology program.

Latest Episodes

Remix (Ellen, Nikki, and Elaheh)

We are living in a world where everything is a remix. During this episode, Ellen Derr, Nikki Weber, and Elaheh Salari discuss what the word remix means to them and how they can apply it in their professional lives as well as their personal lives. They also break down their favorite parts of Kirby Ferguson's video "Everything is a Remix Remastered." Thanks for listening!

19 MIN6 days ago
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Remix (Ellen, Nikki, and Elaheh)

Remix (Laura, Eilene, and Justine)

This week, Laura Erwin, Eilene Paul, and Justine Moody spoke about Remix. We discuss Remix in terms of What is remix? Is it to combine or edit material to create something new- first seen in music? What role does remix have in cultural production? We looked at the huge influence on our musical influences and styles, by adding and switching techniques and the video âeverything is a remixâ. How should educators use remix? We researched the concept of Remix, to answer these questions through Ferguson (2015) Everything is a remix, James (2016) Mapping critical media literacy onto iterative remix practice, and Knobel and Lankshear (2008) Remix: The art and craft of endless hybridization. We discuss all these topics and more in this episode.

24 MIN1 weeks ago
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Remix (Laura, Eilene, and Justine)

Media Literacy II (Jalesia and Christopher)

Jalesia Williams and Christopher Schimpf discuss important topics introduced in the readings â(2015) Do we really need media education 2.0?â as well as â(2017) Media manipulation and disinformation onlineâ. Students will also take a different approach on the podcast, Christopher Schimpf representing Media 1.0 as Jalesia Williams represents Media 2.0.

17 MIN2 weeks ago
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Media Literacy II (Jalesia and Christopher)

Media Literacy II (Emily, Julia, Krystal, and Shelby)

All people especially children learn from the media in their environments. What they see, what they hear and ultimately what they experience. This media surrounds us. How can we sort through the digital media today? Focusing on our role as educators and parents in the growing digital world that we live in today, we ourselves need to understand the media and the avenues of that media throughout our culture and the minds of our youth. With that, we need to discuss and work collectively to a unanimous and seamless integration of Media Literacy in the education system.

9 MIN2 weeks ago
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Media Literacy II (Emily, Julia, Krystal, and Shelby)

Media Literacy I (Michael and Christopher)

Michael and Chris discuss the three readings for Media Literacy, we focus on the main points of the readings and discuss their implications for teachers and other members of society. This week's readings were very interesting and spawned a good discussion that we hope you will enjoy and find helpful. We mostly discussed the two Manjoo readings but we did discuss Gee in the beginning.

19 MIN3 weeks ago
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Media Literacy I (Michael and Christopher)

Visual Literacy II (Brooke and Christine)

In this first podcast from Brooke White and Christine Owens, we discuss topics such as the Multimedia Principle and the Redundancy Principle. We connect our thoughts, ideas, and personal experiences concerning differentiation to current research and educational hypotheses. Lastly, we discuss Tufteâs stance on PowerPoint presentation and its effects on both the educator and the learner. Thank you for listening!

18 MINSEP 19
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Visual Literacy II (Brooke and Christine)

Visual Literacy II (Miranda, Colleen and Maria)

Our podcast focuses on the readings for Visual Literacy II. We review the Multimedia Principle and The Redundancy Principle by Clark and Mayer, and The cognitive style of PowerPoint by Tufte. We discuss different types of graphics and how they can effectively compliment text in eLearning and we talk about when text or graphics can be unnecessary or have a negative effect on the learner. Finally we share how PowerPoint, although a commonly used platform, is often ineffective and in certain cases, harmful, to audiences.

20 MINSEP 19
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Visual Literacy II (Miranda, Colleen and Maria)

Visual Literacy I (Solveig and Byron)

In this first podcast from Byron Stewart & Solveig Comer, we discuss the topic of Visual Literacy and its role in educational settings. Included are our favorite terms related to visual literacy and how it has changed and continues to change education. Thanks for listening!

14 MINSEP 11
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Visual Literacy I (Solveig and Byron)

Social Media Revisited (Jennifer and Nico)

In our final episode for the semester, Jennifer and Nico revisit our discussion of social media as it relates to 21st century skills.

19 MIN2018 DEC 7
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Social Media Revisited (Jennifer and Nico)

Connected Learning (Anthony and Nico)

In this podcast, Anthony and Nico discuss the Ito et al's Connected Learning reading. We go over what connected learning means and then we talk about experiences in our life where we learned something using connected learning. We then discuss some of the case studies done in the reading and give our thoughts on those and how they connect to some of the experiences that we have had in college.

12 MIN2018 NOV 30
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Connected Learning (Anthony and Nico)

Latest Episodes

Remix (Ellen, Nikki, and Elaheh)

We are living in a world where everything is a remix. During this episode, Ellen Derr, Nikki Weber, and Elaheh Salari discuss what the word remix means to them and how they can apply it in their professional lives as well as their personal lives. They also break down their favorite parts of Kirby Ferguson's video "Everything is a Remix Remastered." Thanks for listening!

19 MIN6 days ago
Comments
Remix (Ellen, Nikki, and Elaheh)

Remix (Laura, Eilene, and Justine)

This week, Laura Erwin, Eilene Paul, and Justine Moody spoke about Remix. We discuss Remix in terms of What is remix? Is it to combine or edit material to create something new- first seen in music? What role does remix have in cultural production? We looked at the huge influence on our musical influences and styles, by adding and switching techniques and the video âeverything is a remixâ. How should educators use remix? We researched the concept of Remix, to answer these questions through Ferguson (2015) Everything is a remix, James (2016) Mapping critical media literacy onto iterative remix practice, and Knobel and Lankshear (2008) Remix: The art and craft of endless hybridization. We discuss all these topics and more in this episode.

24 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Remix (Laura, Eilene, and Justine)

Media Literacy II (Jalesia and Christopher)

Jalesia Williams and Christopher Schimpf discuss important topics introduced in the readings â(2015) Do we really need media education 2.0?â as well as â(2017) Media manipulation and disinformation onlineâ. Students will also take a different approach on the podcast, Christopher Schimpf representing Media 1.0 as Jalesia Williams represents Media 2.0.

17 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Media Literacy II (Jalesia and Christopher)

Media Literacy II (Emily, Julia, Krystal, and Shelby)

All people especially children learn from the media in their environments. What they see, what they hear and ultimately what they experience. This media surrounds us. How can we sort through the digital media today? Focusing on our role as educators and parents in the growing digital world that we live in today, we ourselves need to understand the media and the avenues of that media throughout our culture and the minds of our youth. With that, we need to discuss and work collectively to a unanimous and seamless integration of Media Literacy in the education system.

9 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Media Literacy II (Emily, Julia, Krystal, and Shelby)

Media Literacy I (Michael and Christopher)

Michael and Chris discuss the three readings for Media Literacy, we focus on the main points of the readings and discuss their implications for teachers and other members of society. This week's readings were very interesting and spawned a good discussion that we hope you will enjoy and find helpful. We mostly discussed the two Manjoo readings but we did discuss Gee in the beginning.

19 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Media Literacy I (Michael and Christopher)

Visual Literacy II (Brooke and Christine)

In this first podcast from Brooke White and Christine Owens, we discuss topics such as the Multimedia Principle and the Redundancy Principle. We connect our thoughts, ideas, and personal experiences concerning differentiation to current research and educational hypotheses. Lastly, we discuss Tufteâs stance on PowerPoint presentation and its effects on both the educator and the learner. Thank you for listening!

18 MINSEP 19
Comments
Visual Literacy II (Brooke and Christine)

Visual Literacy II (Miranda, Colleen and Maria)

Our podcast focuses on the readings for Visual Literacy II. We review the Multimedia Principle and The Redundancy Principle by Clark and Mayer, and The cognitive style of PowerPoint by Tufte. We discuss different types of graphics and how they can effectively compliment text in eLearning and we talk about when text or graphics can be unnecessary or have a negative effect on the learner. Finally we share how PowerPoint, although a commonly used platform, is often ineffective and in certain cases, harmful, to audiences.

20 MINSEP 19
Comments
Visual Literacy II (Miranda, Colleen and Maria)

Visual Literacy I (Solveig and Byron)

In this first podcast from Byron Stewart & Solveig Comer, we discuss the topic of Visual Literacy and its role in educational settings. Included are our favorite terms related to visual literacy and how it has changed and continues to change education. Thanks for listening!

14 MINSEP 11
Comments
Visual Literacy I (Solveig and Byron)

Social Media Revisited (Jennifer and Nico)

In our final episode for the semester, Jennifer and Nico revisit our discussion of social media as it relates to 21st century skills.

19 MIN2018 DEC 7
Comments
Social Media Revisited (Jennifer and Nico)

Connected Learning (Anthony and Nico)

In this podcast, Anthony and Nico discuss the Ito et al's Connected Learning reading. We go over what connected learning means and then we talk about experiences in our life where we learned something using connected learning. We then discuss some of the case studies done in the reading and give our thoughts on those and how they connect to some of the experiences that we have had in college.

12 MIN2018 NOV 30
Comments
Connected Learning (Anthony and Nico)