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3.1.4 References / Links to Further Resources

References for 3.1 Digital Literacy in School Settings

Bent, M. and R. Stubbings (2011). “The SCONUL seven pillars model of information literacy: 2011 update ” SCONUL Focus 52: 48

Burn, A. and J. Durran (2007). Media literacy in schools : practice, production and progression. London, Paul Chapman Publishing

Buckingham, D. (2003). Media education: literacy, learning and contemporary culture. Cambridge, Polity.

Center for Intellectual Property in the Digital Environment (2005). Colleges, Code, And Copyright: The Impact of Digital Networks and Technological Controls on Copyright and the Dissemination of Information in Higher Education. Chicago, Association of College and Research Libraries.

Giordani, A. (2011). “Computer literacy in the UK comes under heat.” International Science Grid This Week. Accessed 9/10/2012 at http://www.isgtw.org/spotlight/computer-literacy-uk-comes-under-heat.

Kirwan, T., J. Learmonth, et al. (2003). Mapping Media Literacy: Media Education 11-16 Years in the United Kingdom

Martin, A. and J. Grudziecki (2006). “DigEuLit: concepts and tools for digital literacy development.” ITALICS 5(4): 249-267.

NESTA (20011) Next Gen.: Transforming the UK into the world’s leading talent hub for the video games and visual effects industries A Review by Livingstone, I., and Hope, A. Accessed 28/10/12 at: http://www.nesta.org.uk/publications/assets/features/next_gen

Secker, J. (2004). E-learning and information literacy. Electronic resources in the virtual learning environment: a guide for librarians. Oxford, Charnos Publishing: 53-7

Streatfield, D., S. Markless, et al. (2011). “Information literacy in UK schools.” Journal of Information Literacy 5(2): 5-25.

The Royal Society (2012). Shut down or restart: the way forward for computing in UK schools. London, The Royal Society.

Zurkowski, P. (1974). The Information Services Environment: Relationships and Priorities. Washington, DC, National Commission on Libraries and Information Science

Further Resources

Futurelab (2010) Digital Literacy across the Curriculum. Accessed 28/10/12 at: http://www2.futurelab.org.uk/resources/publications-reports-articles/handbooks/Handbook1706

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