Transliteracy is an umbrella term encompassing different literacies and multiple communication channels that require active participation with and across a range of platforms, and embracing both linear and non-linear messages
Transliteracy is a “a convergence of literacies” (Lippincott, 2007: 17) as the boundaries between medial literacy, digital literacy, technology literacy and information literacy become blurred when individuals evolve from consumers of information to producers of content.
Transliteracy is concerned with mapping meaning across different media and not with developing particular literacies about various media. It is not about learning text literacy and visual literacy and digital literacy in isolation from one another but about the interaction among all these literacies.
demands on human resources/time disruption of the banking system of education (Freire) is sometimes perceived as a threat apprehensive/anxious feelings from students regarding technology and/or participatory learning
“…participatory teaching methods simply will not work if they do not begin with a deep bond between teacher and student. Importantly, this bond must be built through mutual respect, care, and an ongoing effort to know and understand one another.”
Express Shared Learning Authenticity/ Digital Rigor Creativity
“Looking at this across the disciplines you start to see how important the knowledge-creation activity plays into the sense of identity. The overriding theme is that one does not become a “scholar” until they have created something new. In their eyes, it is the act of creation that distinguishing the student from the scholar.” Brian Mathews, Assistant University Librarian at UC Santa Barbara
Reflect: Assessment and Evaluation Formative Self Summative
Formative and Summative Assessments • Presentations • “Ticket out the door” • Portfolios • Multimedia creations (Voice Thread, Video, • Text based papers Glogster) • Reflective narratives • Tests/Exams in written or video • Performance based format tasks