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Decolonizing digital heritage practices for Indigenous literacy: a multimodal analysis of iPad Tellagami videos

Posted on 05 May 2015 with 0 comments
Indigenous Education Mobile learning Pedagogy

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Drawing on multimodal texts produced by an Indigenous school community in Australia, the authors apply critical race theory and multimodal analysis to decolonize digital heritage practices for Indigenous students. This study focuses on the particular ways in which students’ counter-­‐narratives about race were embedded in multimodal and digital design in the development of a digital cultural heritage.


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