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Critical Issues: Literacy Technologies: What Stance Should We Take?

Journal of Literacy Research Volume 29, Number 2, ISSN 1086-296X


Considers the stance of literacy educators and researchers toward technology, and where technology is with respect to other concerns about reading and writing processes, learning, multiculturalism, texts, assessment, and socio-cultural contexts. Concludes that technologies do not oppose, replace, enhance, or otherwise stand apart from literacy, but rather, they are part and parcel of it. (SG)


Bruce, B.C. (1997). Critical Issues: Literacy Technologies: What Stance Should We Take?. Journal of Literacy Research, 29(2), 289-309. Retrieved January 18, 2020 from .

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