Posts Tagged ‘children’
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged children, children's literature, education, fanfiction, literacy, media, popular culture, television, tv on June 20, 2007 | Leave a Comment »
Hey, I was on Australian television again! Did anybody see me on the current affairs program called Today Tonight? I think the show aired while I was away in the States. This time I was talking about “The Simpsons”, media and pop culture, and fan fiction. Below is a cleaned up version, more or less, [...]
Posted in cyberculture, digital fiction, personal, Second Life, Virtual Worlds, tagged academic life, adolescents, avatars, blogging, children, education, fanfiction, feminism, gaming, identity, linguistics, literacy, new literacies, personal, publications, semiotics, SFL, television, the body, video games, visual literacy on May 22, 2007 | 3 Comments »
Yay! Here is my final book cover!!! And here is one of the endorsements: How lovely of Len Unsworth to write such kind words.
Posted in cyberculture, Second Life, Virtual Worlds, tagged adolescents, children, new literacies on May 5, 2007 | Leave a Comment »
Club Penguin is the hot new virtual world for 9 year olds – check out this NY Times article, in which a mother describes her daughter’s virtual entrepeneurial skills. I especially like these comments: Professor Taylor commiserated. “These are new territories we’re exploring here with this generation of children, with technology moving as quickly as [...]