Why Transliteracy? An Introduction for Librarians

This week I had the honor of being Michael Sauers guest on Nebraska Library Commission’s NCompass Live Tech Talk.  The session was recorded and you can listen and watch below.

You can see just the slideshow below

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One Response to “Why Transliteracy? An Introduction for Librarians”

  1. Zeds Library News, August 8, 2010 « the zeds : library science Says:

    [...] Bobbi Newman offers a lecture and Q&A on libraries and Transliteracy.  This hour-long presentation, offered by the Nebraska Library Commissions’ NCompass Live, is worth watching if you’re involved at all with information literacy.  Transliteracy is “the ability to read, write and interact across a range of platforms, tools and media from signing and orality through handwriting, print, TV, radio and film, to digital social networks.” Bobbie shows how this ought to be squared off in several forms of librarianship. (I know this is something I’m going to write more about in the future.) [...]


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