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Multimodaling and multilanguaging: charting student (open) access and (communal) success through multiliteracies

Multimodaling and multilanguaging: charting student (open) access and (communal) success through multiliteracies

Olivier, J.A.K. 2018. Multimodaling and multilanguaging: charting student (open) access and (communal) success through multiliteracies. Professorial inaugural address presented on 17 August 2018 at Potchefstroom, South Africa.   Abstract Multiliteracies can support student open access and communal success in the context of multimodaling and multilanguaging and ultimately in the process foster self-directed learning. From academic literature the concerns regarding literacy levels are clear and the overemphasis on reading and writing (versus other skills) is evident. Furthermore, there is a need for an extension of multimodal learning in higher education. Multimodaling in terms of communication, learning/teaching and delivery must be accounted for and accommodated. A non-compartmentalised... Show More
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