Chasing Literacies Across Action Texts and Augmented Realities: E-Books, Animated Apps, and Pokémon Go
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digital literacy in the skills mastery discourse of educational standards in school cultures
participatory literacies in the social practice discourse of situated and connected learning in digital cultures and global networks.
socio-material literacies in post-human discourse of entangled assemblages of actions, bodies, and machines in converging realities.
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