Reading the Internet: Critical Literacy in the 21st Century
In this session educators will learn how to enhance classroom practice by making more efficient and appropriate use of the World Wide Web.
||Critical Reading, Internet, New Literacies
International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp.155-164.
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Dr. Lund now makes his home in Cedar City, Utah, where he has taught at Southern Utah University since June of 1999. Previously he taught at the University of South Alabama from the Fall of 1995 to the Spring of 1999, and prior to that time he spent three years at Purdue University in W. Lafayette, Indiana where he earned his Ph.D. in Literacy and Language while teaching classes in Content Area Reading, German, and using the Computer to Enhance Reading and Writing Instruction. He holds Bachelor of Arts and Master of Secondary Education degrees from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. Altogether, he has been involved in public education as an education student, a teacher, or teacher educator for more than 20 years. Dr. Lund enjoys teaching at the University level, teaching a variety of classes regarding literacy in schools, educational research, and technology and tries to integrate technology into all of his classes. In addition to his University teaching, he is active in a number of local, state, and national organizations concerned with literacy. He has been married to his wife, Terri, for 30 years (as of March, 2006), and they have a 15 year-old daughter named Tiana. Besides work, Dr. Lund also volunteers at Tiana's high school, the Utah Shakespearean Festival, and the Utah Summer Games and is interested in racquetball, genealogy, reading, computers, educational research, vacationing, fishing, disc (kind of like Frisbee) golf, and working with young people.
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