You are here:

Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy

November 2014 Volume 58, Number 3

Search this issue

Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Students Can Purposefully Create Information, Not Just Consume It

    Diane Lapp, Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey & Alex Gonzalez

    Social media has become adolescents' primary platform for communicating with one another. As a school faculty we wanted to explore our students' ability to contribute new information... More

    pp. 182-188

    View Abstract
  2. GCLR Web Seminars as a Venue for Transformative Educational Policy

    Tuba Angay-Crowder, Peggy Albers, Christi L. Pace, Jin Kyeong Frances Jung, Ju A. Hwang & Myoung Eun Pang

    This article features a discussion about the significance of global perspectives in shaping critical literacy through a web seminar project, Global Conversations in Literacy Research (GCLR).... More

    pp. 189-191

    View Abstract
  3. Local Literacies, Global Scales: The Labor of Global Connectivity

    Amy Stornaiuolo & Robert Jean LeBlanc

    While connecting students and teachers in new configurations using digital technologies offers great promise for literacy and learning, this column considers the complexities of negotiating local... More

    pp. 192-196

    View Abstract
  4. Cloud-Based Collaborative Writing and the Common Core Standards

    Soobin Yim, Mark Warschauer, Binbin Zheng & Joshua F. Lawrence

    The Common Core State Standards emphasize the integration of technology skills into English Language Arts (ELA) instruction, recognizing the demand for technology-based literacy skills to be... More

    pp. 243-254

    View Abstract