科技部專題研究計畫主持人
MOST-104-2410-H-007-030-SS2
從讀寫到新素養:新世代之理解、表達與學習探究
From literacy to new literacies: New generation\'s meaning making and learning
科技部
Ministry of Science and Technology
國立清華大學學習科學研究所
Institute of Learning Sciences, NTHU
陳素燕
Chen, Su-Yen
國立清華大學學習科學與科技研究所
Institute of Learning Sciences and Technologies, NTHU
李佳純
研究助理
035715131#34510
longnow@gapp.nthu.edu.tw
計畫執行期間起:2015-08-01
計畫執行期間迄:2017-12-31
2016-05-01
2017-07-31
數位時代下的網路原民年輕世代(大學生)
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素養、連結學習、集體智能、公民參與、大學生
Literacy , Connected learning , Collective intelligence , Civic engagement , College students
研究指出,數位科技的廣泛使用已經改變我們彼此互動的方式,並使數位原民和數位移民有所區隔。由於年輕人活躍於參與式文化,因此本研究旨在探討素養和連結學習原則與他們的集體智能及公民參與之間的關係。並透過抽樣304名大學生進行問卷調查,提供理解網路世代的新社會實踐的實證支持。
Researchers have indicated that the widespread adoption of digital technologies has changed the way we interact with each other and distinguishes digital natives from their older counterparts. Since young people are actively engaged in participatory cultures, this study aims to explore the linkages of aspects of literacy and principles of connected learning to their collective intelligence efficacy and civic engagement. With a sample of 304 Taiwanese college students, the findings suggest that there are three aspects of the expanded conception of literacy. While literacy as readers and information users, as well as literacy as authors and information creators are both linked to collective intelligence efficacy, the third aspect of critical literacy, which reflects an epistemological shift to cope with the participatory information environment, is linked to young people’s civic engagement, defined by political expression in various forms and by achieving social change in creative ways. Among the four principles of connected learning, however, the principle of fostering a sense of shared purpose mediated by new media and online com-munities is strongly associated with collected intelligence efficacy, defined by how young people perceive their capability for collaborating with others and making contributions. Overall, the findings provide empirical support for associations among notions/variables with broadened perspectives and re-conceptualizations that are insightful for understand-ing the Net generation’s new social practices.
Chen, S. Y. (2018). Literacy and connected learning within a participatory culture: Linkages to collective intelligence efficacy and civic engagement. The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 27(3), 167–175. (MOST 104-2410-H-007-030-SS2) (SSCI)

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