Technology in Literacy Education

To promote computers and related technologies as tools for improving the quality of reading/language arts instruction, and for enhancing children's interest in recreational reading.

Chair: Julie L. Coiro

For more information on this group, visit the Technology in Literacy Education website.


If you're interested in joining this group, please contact councils@reading.org for assistance.

Publications

TILE/SIG (newsletter)

Free Copy of the Newsletter (Fall 2013)


Reading Today Online:

Apr 18, 2014 Symbaloo…Can it Help You?
Apr 11, 2014 New Digital Tools, New Matthew Effects: What Can Teachers Do?
Feb 21, 2014 eReading and eResponding: Motivating and Engaging All Learners
Feb 14, 2014 Flip the Screencast: Video Tutorials by Students for Students
Feb 07, 2014 Annotating Online: Reading and Writing the Web
Jan 31, 2014 Using Blogs to Collaborate and Share
Jan 27, 2014 Kidlink: Building Bridges and Promoting Social and Digital Inclusion
Jan 17, 2014 Using Chromebooks in the Classroom
Jan 10, 2014 Is Coding the New Literacy?
Jan 03, 2014 Unite for Literacy: Providing “Book Abundance” to Learners Across the World
Dec 20, 2013 Wiggio: A Digital Tool for Collaboration in the Classroom
Dec 13, 2013 Studying World Geography via the iPad
Dec 06, 2013 Expand Your Classroom Boundaries through Virtual Field Trips
Nov 29, 2013 TILE-SIG Feature: 'Tis the Season for Media Violence
Nov 15, 2013 Collaborating to Support Multimodal Response & Composition
Nov 08, 2013 Using Technology for Text Complexity Instruction and Vocabulary Learning
Nov 01, 2013 TILE-SIG Feature: NEWSELA, a Resource Worth Reporting
Oct 25, 2013 Science Writer and Universal Design for Learning
Oct 18, 2013 TILE-SIG Feature: Enhance Professional Learning by Being a Connected Educator
Oct 11, 2013 TILE-SIG Feature: P21 Blog Helps Teachers Build Students for the 21st Century
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