There is growing interest in the impact of digital technologies on meaning-making practices and identity in education, which has been explored via the related concepts of ‘digital scholarship’ and ‘digital literacies’. However, to date, much published work in this area has been descriptive, identifying possibilities or promoting specific kinds of intervention. Far rarer is work that develops concepts, links to research outside of the field of learning technology or work that uses new data to challenge existing orthodoxies.
This document was originally published by CoAction Publishing in Research in Learning Technology. This work is provided under a Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0. Details regarding the use of this work can be found at: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/. DOI: 10.3402/rlt.v21.23834
Friesen, Norm; Gourlay, Lesley; and Oliver, Martin. (2013). "Scholarship and Literacies in a Digital Age". Research in Learning Technology, 21(4), 23834-1 - 23834-4.