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You are viewing the January 2010 EVO rendition of the Multiliteracies course.

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What's this going to be about?


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Get the Book

Mark Pegrum's From Blogs to Bombs: http://www.newsouthbooks.com.au/isbn/9781921401343.htm
We're hoping for an affordable eBook version.  Otherwise we'll make some arrangement with Mark.
Mark will be joining us 13:00 GMT Jan 31, 2010 to discuss his book, in Elluminate, http://tinyurl.com/y3eh.
Teaser: Multilit Yahoo Group participants can get the intro to Mark's book here:
The ebook is available (though not yet via the website), and comes in four formats:
  • PDF (2.3 MB)
  • International Digital (epub) (1.2 MB)
  • Mobipocket (3 MB)
  • Microsoft Reader (2.1 MB)
Email Sylvia Defendi at sdefendi@uwapress.uwa.edu.au (or call her on: (08) 6488 6804) to order a copy.
Sylvia will need to know the format required and credit card details for payment. She can process the payment and email through the ebook and post out a receipt.


Let's start the session 

Please join our



Our  interaction will take place through YG email and Ning forums.  If you don't have Yahoo and Ning IDs,

get them : both are free and easy to obtain following the instructions at the respective sites. Please check our tutorials on the sidebar for more information on how to create your Yahoo and Ning IDs.



How will we communicate?

There are two main communication modes throughout this workshop: asynchronous and synchronous.


The asynchronous mode (not live or in real time)

  • Yahoo group (YG): This might be our initial means of communication to be in permanent contact with all members through a distribution list. You can edit your membership and choose the e-mail address that you would like group messages be sent to and if you want to receive a daily digest or individual messages.
  • Ning: This will likely be our communication tool once everyone is signed up and the course gets effectively under way.
  • Twitter


The synchronous mode (live, in-real-time sessions)

We will have live sessions, with guest speakers, which will take place at a fixed date, time and place. They are already announced and the information will be available in the Events Schedule page. Besides, you will be reminded by mail in advance.



The time for the sessions will be given in GMT (Greenwich Mean Time). There is a clock with GMT time in the Front Page or on the right of your window of this wiki for you to check the time where you are located.




There are Weekly Activities to be completed and/or shared with the other participants.
If you have questions about the tasks, you are encouraged to post your queries to the YG, from your own e-mail, or through the POST function of the YahooGroup
If you fall behind during the session, don't worry, you can always post your completed tasks at any time.


Preassessment Survey

We don't have one yet for 2010; anyone want to make one?


IMPORTANT URLS for this session:

Check the sidebar


Links to other tools to be used in the session can be found in our Syllabus



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