Coding Literacy

Author: Annette Vee
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 026203624X
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How the theoretical tools of literacy help us understand programming in its historical, social and conceptual contexts.

Software Literacy

Author: Elaine Khoo
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9811070598
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Computational Culture: A Journal of Software Studies, Issue One, available from Manovich, L. (2012).
How to follow software users. Available from 04-
projects/075-how-to-follow-software-users/72_article_2012.pdf. Manovich, L. (
2013). Software takes command. In International texts in critical media aesthetics
(Vol. 5). NY: Bloomsbury ... Coding literacy: How computer programming is
changing writing.

Media Studies 2 0

Author: William Merrin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136186069
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The February 2011 independent review oftheskillsneeds of the video game and
visualeffects industries, Next Gen, reached the same conclusion and the
government wasforced toagree that teaching howto use wordprocessing was
inadequate. The Observer took up the call for coding skills, with John Naughton
arguing that whereaskids in the 1980sbought computers and learned how to
program them, today that direct engagement has been replaced by interfaces
turning them into ...

Literacy Instruction For Adolescents

Author: Karen D. Wood
Publisher: Guilford Press
ISBN: 1606233815
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For example, at the turn of the decade, these researchers gave us historical
footing in matters such as how computers and software may be used to improve
reading and writing (Kamil, 1982), and to motivate learners (Hague & Mason,
1986). They noted the rising significance of hypertext and hypermedia, and
foreshadowed the explosion of interest in the intersection of traditional literacies
and digital media, which, at the turn of the decade, comprised a new program of
inquiry ...

Changing Work Changing Workers

Author: Glynda Hull
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 1438407238
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This glimpse into factories, hospitals, other work settings, and work-related literacy programs, shows the massive changes in expectations for workers' "skills" in the twenty-first century, especially regarding language and literacy.

Code Leader

Author: Patrick Cauldwell
Publisher: Wrox
ISBN: 9780470259245
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This book tried to steer clear of those arguments here. Most of the chapters in this book deal with practical steps that you as a developer can take to improve your skills and improve the state of your project.