Following two major international reports by the OECD, the editor and his team consider issues such as the history of literacy in ICT, the internet, and the implications for policy and practice.
Introduction / Richard Andrews, Alison Robinson, and Carole Torgerson -- Evidence for the effectiveness of ICT on literacy learning / Carole Torgerson, and Die Zhu -- The impact of networked ICT on literacy learning / Richard Andrews ... [et al.] -- ICT, literacy learning, and ESL learners / Graham Low, and Sue Beverton -- ICT and literature : a Faustian compact? / Terry Locke, and Richard Andrews -- ICT and moving image literacy in English / Andrew Burn, and Jenny Leach -- Methodological issues / Rebecca Rees, and Diana Elbourne -- Conclusion / Richard Andrews.
Published: 5th February 2004