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Digital media, culture and education: theorising third space literacies [URL hyperlink to video file]
Dr. John Potter & Prof. Julian McDougall discuss everyday literacy practices with digital media. Sounds, images, and text onscreen are part of the lived experience of children from the earliest years, underscored by sounds, touch, and movement at home, in school, and through all the spaces in between in which they move. This talk explores the use of some key terms employed in recent work in the field (Potter & McDougall, 2017) including Dynamic Literacies as a way of framing all ‘literacy’, Third Spaces as a way of conceiving its locations and possibilities for shared meanings; Porous expertise as a way to think about the changing relationships around learning throughout the life-course.

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