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Julia Gillen presenting at New Media Consortium, Anaheim

Press clipping: Research

Publication date11/06/10
SourceFASSweb

Julia Gillen is presenting "Digital literacy: the BBC News School Report" at the New Media Consortium conference in Disneyland, Anaheim, today. The paper, written with Don Passey of Educational Research, is part of the strand on digital literacy convened by Angela Thomas of the University of Tasmania.