What Is Transliteracy? An Introduction from Sue Thomas.

Listen to this 2:19 minute interview with Sue Thomas from last years Transliteracy conference (she mentions libraries at 1:13).

Some key points

  • unifying literacy
  • aggregation of knowledge and sharing of knowledge
  • one is not better than the other they are simply different from each other

2 Responses to “What Is Transliteracy? An Introduction from Sue Thomas.”

  1. What Is Transliteracy? An Introduction from Sue Thomas. | "Teacher-librarian tango" | Scoop.it Says:

    [...] Listen to this 2:19 minute interview with Sue Thomas from last years Transliteracy conference (she mentions libraries at 1:13). Some key points unifying literacy aggregation of knowledge and sharin…  [...]

  2. Does transliteracy best reflect the skills and understandings required of people to effectively function in our socially networked world? - Quora Says:

    [...] project trAce. http://tracearchive.ntu.ac.uk/pr…Interview with her on What is Transliteracy here;http://librariesandtransliteracy…There is also IF:Book (Chris Meade) and the #unlibrary project (creating new multi & social [...]


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