Reading Response on Copyright

Through the Media Education Lab (2008) and Aufderheide (2012), I got to know about copyright more specifically for the first time. In particular, both articles attempted to solve the prejudices and misunderstandings of common people about copyright law by explaining the background of the Copyright Act and its purpose. One thing that impressed me was … Continue reading Reading Response on Copyright

Thinking about digital literacy – Hobbs (2017) and Buckingham (2006)

From this week’s reading, I could think about the concept of digital literacy more deeply. As Buckingham (2006) mentioned, digital literacy refers not only functional meaning basic skills such as using computer and a keyboard, or how to do online searches, but also traditional literacy skills such as printed text. Especially evaluating the source and … Continue reading Thinking about digital literacy – Hobbs (2017) and Buckingham (2006)

Introducing new literacies scholar – Frank Serafini

Frank Serafini He introduced himself as an award winning children’s author and illustrator, a landscape photographer, a devoted guitar player, and a Professor of Literacy Education and Children’s Literature at Arizona State University.     His work As a children's book author and illustrator, he wrote the Looking Closely series(the desert, garden, pond, rainforest, shore and … Continue reading Introducing new literacies scholar – Frank Serafini