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Syllabus for 2005:
Multiliteracies for Collaborative Learning Environments

Course Content: 7 Event Cycles

The following online events are also available Oct 7, 8, and 9 ...

Open Weekends@Knowplace. These workshops are free and require only that you come in, introduce yourself and participate.

OCT 7 - 9 **

Sunday, October 9, 2005, 13:00-14:00 GMT - Start at Tapped In: We can discuss issues in the course and branch into audio / video as when ready and as appropriate. Wrap up: reflection and resolution of the foregoing; followed at 14:00 GMT by EduTalk at

In the 2004 desire to learn portal, here are the questions that were put to the group
and the number of responses each had generated by October 9, 2004

What is Multiliteracy in Collaborative Learning Environments?
So what do you think multiliteracy is (as it might relate to collaborative learning environments)? You might want to start with your definition of the term, and we'll take it from there ...

Theoretical framework for multiliteracies
We'll examine some of the theoretical issues in multiliteracies

Types of multiliteracies

Funtional literacy
a consideration of the functional aspect of multiliteracy

Critical literacy

Rhetorical Literacy
In which we discuss the meaning and ramifications of the rhetorical aspects of multiliteracy

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