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Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal

October 2014 Volume 27, Number 9

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Knowledge and Processes That Predict Proficiency in Digital Literacy

    Monica E. Bulger, Richard E. Mayer & Miriam J. Metzger

    Proficiency in digital literacy refers to the ability to read and write using online sources, and includes the ability to select sources relevant to the task, synthesize information into a coherent... More

    pp. 1567-1583

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  2. Do I Know Its Wrong: Children's and Adults' Use of Unconventional Grammar in Text Messaging

    Nenagh Kemp, Clare Wood & Sam Waldron

    There is concern that the violations of conventional grammar (both accidental and deliberate) often seen in text messages (e.g., "hi [smiley face emoticon] how is ya?!!") could lead to... More

    pp. 1585-1602

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