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3: Further reading

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Anderson, J., & Raine, L.  (2012).  The future of apps and the Web.  Pew Research Center


Apple. (2013). Apps In the Classroom: Using iOS Apps for Teaching and Learning


Bates, A. W. (2015). Teaching in a digital age. (free download book)


Byrne, T. (2015). The practice ed tech handbook. (free download book)


Castek, J., Dwyer, B., & Harrison, C.  (2016). Using technology to improve reading and learning. Teachers


Cherner, T., Dix, J., & Lee, C. (2014). Cleaning up that mess: A framework for classifying educational apps. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 14(2)


Education Week (2015): Learning the Digital Way, Evaluating Progress, Tackling Challenges. Education Week


Daccord, T., & Reich, J. (2016). iPads in the classroom: From consumption and curation to creation. Learning Sciences International.


Dunn, J. (2013). A crowdsourced list of the best iOS educational apps. Edudemic.


Edutopia: Mobile Devices for Learning: What You Need To Know


Falloon, G. (2015). What’s the difference? Learning collaboratively using iPads in conventional classrooms. Computers & Education.


Ferlazzo, L. (2015). Apps are everywhere. Are any good, you think? Educational Leadership.


Ferdig, R., Pytash, K., & Rasinski, T. (Eds.) (2013). Preparing Teachers to Teach Writing Using Technology. Pittsburgh: ETC Press (free download)


Glicksman, S. (2016). Creating media for learning: Student centered projects. Los Angeles: Corwin


Harm, N.  (2012). Essential iPad Websites and App Guides


Harm, N.  (2012).  Everything apps literacy preK-12 series.  Downloadable ePub book


Kelly, A. (2013).  iPads in the classroom.  Free e-book


Kharbach, M. (2012).  The best of teachers web tools for 2012.  Free download book


Koh, A. (2015). Teaching with the Internet, or how I learned to stop worrying and love the Google in my classroom. Hybrid Pedagogy.


Lirenman, K., & Wideen, K. (2016). Innovate with iPad: Lessons to transform learning in the classroom. EdTechTeam.


Malu, K. F., & Schaefer, M. B. (2015). Research on teaching and learning with the literacies of young adolescents. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.


Marshall, J. (2016). Quality teaching: Seven apps that will change the way you teach in the English language arts classroom. Voices in the Middle, 23(4)


McCarthey, D.  (2011).  E-books and e-reading. Educause.


Miller, C, & Doering, A. (Eds.). (2014). The new landscape of mobile learning: redesigning education in an app-based worldNew York: Routledge


Neebe, D., & Roberts, J. (2015). Power up: Making the shift to 1:1 teaching and learningPortland, ME: Stenhouse


O'Brien, D.  (2012).  Content literacy: From process to strategies.  Presentation on disciplinary literacies.


Petronis, F. J. (2012).  The apps guide


Phillips, N. C., &  Manderino, M. (2015). Access, Equity, and Empowerment: Supporting Digital Literacies for All Learners. 


Readings on "Peeraology" learning through peers


Roturier, J. (2015). Localizing apps: A practical guide for translators and translation students. New York: Routledge


Speranza, A. (2015). Hacking Students' Passions During Genius Hour


These Are The Droids You're Looking For: An Android Guide


Turner, K. H., & Hicks, T. (2015). Connected reading: Teaching adolescent readers in a digital worldUrbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English 


Veletsianos, G. (Ed.). (2016). Emergence and innovation in digital learning: Foundations and applications.  Toronto, CA: Athabasca University Press. Free download book 


Ward, D. (2012).  Finding apps for an IOS device.  Chronicle of Higher Education: apps for finding apps


Zydney, J. M., & Warner, Z. (2015). Mobile apps for science learning: Review of research. Computers & Education

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