Convergence Culture

September 21, 2009

During the last couple of years, I’ve  taught a class called Digital Revolution and Convergence Culture.  The first version focuses on multi-media and networked culture, and the blog for the class is here–>http://convergence2.blogspot.com/2008/08/welcome-to-convergence-2.html Currently, I’m teaching what seems to be the same class, but it’s a second term of the class. This term we are focusing on culture, technology, and literacy with an emphasis on networking, assemblage, and the making of knowledge. In the process, we are creating maps of the cultures of literacy over time, representations of different terms as they circulate, and entries for Wikepedia. That blog is here–>http://convergencethree.blogspot.com/

Feel free to take a look 😉

This term I’m giving a talk on information literacy, and I’ll post some of what I’m saying here, and I’m also talking on the connection between high school and college writing, and ditto 😉


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