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Chapter 8 Further reading

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Cook, M. P., & Bissonnette, J. D. (2016). Developing preservice teachers’ positionalities in 140 characters or less: Examining microblogging as dialogic space. CITE Journal, 16(2). 


Creative Minds of 21st Century Librarians: free book


Davis, M. (2012).  New tool to provide tech inventory for Common Core.  Education Week.


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Eastman, G. S. (2015). Making metaphor visible: The Common Core, poetry, and visual literacy. English Journal, 104(6), 40–46


Ferdig, R., Pytash, K., & Rasinski, T. (2013). Preparing Teachers to Teach Writing Using Technology


Garcia, A. (2015). Vlogging, Teens, and Literacy: Engaging Youth. School Library Journal


Gliksman, S. (2016). Creating media for learning: Student centered media projects across the curriculum. Los Angeles: Corwin Press.


Goodwyn, A. (2015). Is it still King Lear? English teachers and the e-reader phenomenon. In T-B Lin, V. Chen, & C. S. Chai (Eds.), New media and learning in the 21st century (pp. 145-159).New York: Springer 


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Minnesota Department of Education: CCSS Standards with added media and digital literacy standards


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