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FW: New Book: Digital Media, Culture and Education

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Julian McDougall <[log in to unmask]>

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Julian McDougall <[log in to unmask]>

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Out now...
Digital Media, Culture and Education: Theorising Third-Space Literacies
By John Potter and Julian McDougall
http://www.springer.com/gb/book/9781137553140

"This book is for all those who realize we face new and complex problems in education today; that staying in our academic silos and engaging in business as usual will no longer do; and that digital technology can free teachers to be designers, curators, and aggregators, bringing astonishing resources to learners of all ages and in all places. It is a magnificent piece of work and a breath of fresh air." (James Paul Gee, Mary Lou Fulton Presidential Professor of Literacy Studies, Regents' Professor, Arizona State University, USA)

"Brings to life the lived experience and creativity of young people and makes visible their meaning making practices. It surfaces ideas in ways that are theoretically and methodologically ground-breaking ...  a refreshing, hopeful, and above all, challenging book, that enables, develops and supports new thinking in media education and literacy studies.  Accessibly written, this is a welcome addition to the field, which speaks to the cultural context of civic engagement for young people in and out of school, or 'not-school'. Now, more than ever these voices are needed as resistance is a key part of survival for young people whose modes of participation need to be strengthened and supported in a challenging world. Dynamic literacies are the way forward - and this book articulates and maps out a pathway through to action." (Kate Pahl, Professor of Literacies in Education, University of Sheffield, UK)

"This book makes a valuable contribution to the fields it inhabits, not least by refusing reductive and easy polarities such as culture and technology, school and not-school, digital literacy and media literacy. Instead, Potter and McDougall set up a dialogue between fields of research, concepts of literacy, and domains of practice, a cooperative rather than adversarial model. They elaborate their central ideas of third-space learning, dynamic literacies, porous expertise and digital curation with a rich array of researched examples, showing the importance of collaborative learning in practice. This will be an essential read for lecturers, students and practitioners hoping to understand the landscape of literacy and learning in the 21st century." (Andrew Burn, Professor of English, Media and Drama, University College London, UK)

"Potter and McDougall provide a beautifully balanced overview of the field with clear ways forward for reconceptualizing literacies and developing new pedagogies.  The book synthesizes key works in the field and includes a range of case studies that illuminate important and novel concepts.  I fully expect the notion of third space literacies to be a constant point of reference in years to come." (Rebekah Willett, Assistant Professor at the University of Madison-Wisconsin, USA)


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Dr John Potter | Reader in Media in Education
SFHEA (Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy)
Co-editor, Learning, Media and Technology

Acting Programme Leader, MA Digital Media Culture and Education
UCL Knowledge Lab | Dept of Culture, Communication and Media
UCL Institute of Education - University College London
23- 29 Emerald Street, London, WC1N 3QS
Email: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> | Skype: john_p_potter | Tel:  +44 20 7907 4642

UCL profile:  goo.gl/GTS0vB<http://goo.gl/GTS0vB> | Academia page:  https://ioe.academia.edu/JohnPotter
DIGITAL | ARTS | RESEARCH | EDUCATION darecollaborative.net<http://darecollaborative.net/>
UCL KL on Twitter: @uclknowledgelab | www.ucl.ac.uk/knowledge-lab<https://www.ucl.ac.uk/knowledge-lab>

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