Digital literacies are practices related to critically navigating, evaluating and creating texts using a range of digital technologies. Oftentimes, digital literacies draw upon foundational forms of literacy.
Digital literacies enable students to communicate effectively in digital media environments, as well as to comprehend the ever-changing digital landscape.
The editors of The Reading Teacher, Reading Research Quarterly, and Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy have carefully selected the articles below for their impact on literacy scholarship and practice.
Reading Research Quarterly (RRQ)
Articles selected by Editors Susan B. Neuman and Linda B. Gambrell (Vols. 47-48, October 2012-July 2013)
Effects of Educational Technology Applications on Reading Outcomes for Struggling Readers: A Best-Evidence Synthesis
Alan C.K. Cheung, Robert E. Slavin
Comprehending and Learning From Internet Sources: Processing Patterns of Better and Poorer Learners
Susan R. Goldman, Jason L.G. Braasch, Jennifer Wiley, Arthur C. Graesser, Kamila Brodowinska
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy (JAAL)
Articles selected by Editors Margaret Carmody Hagood and Emily Neil Skinner (Vol 56, March-May 2013)
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|Vocabulary Learning on the Internet: Using a Structured Think-Aloud Procedure|
Rachel J. Ebner, Linnea C. Ehri
|Set in Stone or Set in Motion?: Multimodal and Digital Writing With Preservice English Teachers|
Melanie Hundley, Teri Holbrook
|Using Apps to Support Disciplinary Literacy and Science Learning|
Jill Castek, Richard Beach
|Critical Literacy and the Ethical Responsibilities of Student Media Production|
Jessica K. Parker
The Reading Teacher (RT)
Multimodal Composition and the Common Core State Standards
Visual Representations in Second Graders' Information Book Compositions
Julianne M. Coleman, Linda Golson Bradley, Carol A. Donovan
Blogging as a Means of Crafting Writing
Jan Lacina, Robin Griffith
International Reading Association
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