Vol. XV, n. 30, 1st semester, March 1 2008
E-ISSN: 1988-3293 / ISSN: 1134-3478
This article explores intertextuality as a technique that can be used to bridge old and new media literacies for teachers and students who hope to move beyond the textbook model of instruction into a world of online resources, flexible pedagogies and innovative designs for learning. These include the uses of online archives, media studies techniques, participatory knowledge creation, and multimedia analysis and production.
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