|2012||Rheingold, H.||Net Smart: How to Thrive Online||MIT Press||Link||Howard Rheingold outlines five fundamental literacies/online skills to help us use the Web effectively:
Please only list articles that are available without having to go through a paywall!
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|2011||Mackey, T.P. and Jacobson, T. E.||Reframing Information Literacy as a Metaliteracy||College & Research Libraries|
Proposes a new model for information literacy that embraces today's open, participatory culture.
|2009||Schmidt, J.P., et al.||Peer-To-Peer Recognition of Learning in Open Education||The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning||HTML||Outlines the difference between recognition, accreditation and assessment as well as emphasising importance of 'digital trails'.|
|2009||Kuiper, E., Volman, M. & Terwel, J.||Developing Web literacy in collaborative inquiry activities||Computers & Education (Volume 52, Issue 3, pp.668–680)||Looks at an empirical study of primary school-level students and shows "that it is possible to teach Web literacy skills in the context of collaborative inquiry activities". Intriguingly, showed "impulsiveness" and "impatience" were common in users throughout across the study.|
|2004||Walton, M. & Archer, A.||The Web and information literacy: scaffolding the use of web sources in a project-based curriculum||British Journal of Educational Technology (Volume 35, Issue 2, pp.173-186)||Three-year case study of a course in web literacy taught as part of the academic literacy curriculum for first-year engineering students at the University of Cape Town. Found "important connections between developing knowledge of academic discourse and successful academic use of the Web".|
|2002||Sutherland-Smith, W.||Weaving the literacy Web: Changes in reading from page to screen||The Reading Teacher||Defines Web Literacy as "a term for finding, scanning, digesting, and storing Internet information". Also cites Sorapure, et al. (1998) who see it as "an ability to recognize and assess a wide range of rhetorical situations and an attentiveness to the information conveyed in the source's non-textual features."|
|2012||Levesque, M.||Talking to smart people||rwxweb||Category||Some of Michelle Levesque's initial work for Mozilla around Web Literacy. This category includes notes from conversations with 'smart people' she interviewed.|
|2011||Udell, J.||Seven ways to think like the web||Strategies for Internet citizens||Blog post||Jon's list of 7 ways to think like the Web: