Literacy

Literacy Det engelske begreb literacy lader sig ikke oversætte direkte og entydigt til dansk. Etymologisk henviser begrebet til evnen til at læse og/eller skrive litteratur. Som følge af både teoretiske og teknologiske udviklinger henviser det i nutidig sammenhæng til fortolkende og kommunikative praksisser vedrørende både skriftlige og multimodale symbolsystemer såsom bøger, elektroniske og digitale medier […]

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