in Digital Literacy
We're creating new knowledge! A sample of scholarly research and professional publications featuring or inspired by the URI Summer Institute in Digital Literacy
Julie Coiro, Renee Hobbs, their students and their colleagues have published work based on their experiences at the Summer Institute in Digital Literacy
Using evidence from the help desk incident log and post-event qualitative interviews, this research deepens understanding of what teacher professional development can look like in online environments to deepen a sense of community connectedness for educators who faced a dramatic pivot to online learning as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Salome Apkhazishvili, Serene Arena & Renee Hobbs
Measuring Digital & Media Literacy Competencies
Hobbs, R. (2017). Measuring the digital and media literacy competencies of children and teens. In Fran C. Blumberg and Patricia J. Brooks (Eds.), Cognitive Development in Digital Contexts (pp. 253 – 274). London: Academic Press.
Hobbs, R. (2020). Ethical practices. In K Turner (Ed.), The ethics of digital literacy: Developing knowledge and skills across grade levels. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield.
Experiences in Digital Video Composition
Kauppinen, M., Kiili, C., & Coiro, J. (2018). Experiences in digital video composition as sources of self-efficacy toward technology use. International Journal of Smart Education and Urban Society (IJSEUS), 9(1), 1-12.
Julie Coiro et al
Creative Freedom & Creative Control
Hobbs, R. (2019). Transgression as creative freedom and Creative control in the media production classroom. International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education, 11(3), 207-215.
Propaganda in an Age of Algorithmic Personalization
Hobbs, R. (2020). Propaganda in an age of algorithmic personalization: Expanding literacy research and practice. Reading Research Quarterly.
Multiple-Source Inquiry & Deliberation
Coiro, J., Sparks, J. R., Kiili, C., Castek, J., Lee, C., & Holland, B. R. (2019). Students engaging in multiple-source inquiry tasks: Capturing dimensions of collaborative online inquiry and social deliberation. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice, 68(1), 271-292.
Julie Coiro et al
Heuristics of Digital Reading
Coiro, J. (2020). Toward a multifaceted heuristic of digital reading to inform assessment, research, practice, and policy. Reading Research Quarterly.
Everyone Learns From Everyone
Hobbs, R., & Coiro, J. (2016). Everyone learns from everyone: Collaborative and interdisciplinary professional development in digital literacy. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 59(6), 623-629.
Renee Hobbs & Julie Coiro
Hobbs, R. & Smith, L. (2018). Digital Authorship: Issues and Implications for Educators. Primer 46(2), 7 – 17. A publication of the Massachusetts Reading Association.
Renee Hobbs & Lourdes Smith
Digital Literacy In
Hobbs, R., Ranieri, M., Markus, S., Fortuna, C., Zamora, M. and Coiro, J. (2017). Digital Literacy in Higher Education: A Report. Providence, RI: Media Education Lab.
Renee Hobbs, Maria Ranieri, Sandra Markus, Mia Zamora & Julie Coiro
Personal Inquiry & Online Research
Coiro, J., Castek, J., & Quinn, D. (2016). Personal inquiry and online research: Connecting learners in ways that matter. The Reading Teacher, 69(5), 483-492.
Julie Coiro, Jill Castek & David Quinn
Meaning-Making in the Fake News Age
"Renee Hobbs: Media and Meaning-Making in the Fake News Age. Interview by Alison Head and Margy MacMillan, Project Information Literacy, Smart Talk Interview, no. 29 (30 January 2018).
Five Key Principles: Guided Inquiry With Multimodal Text Sets
Mary L. Hoch, Ryan McCarty, Debra Gurvitz, Ivy Sitkoski. The Reading Teacher 72(6), 701–710
Mary L. Hoch, Ryan McCarty, Debra Gurvitz, Ivy Sitkoski