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Making knowledge common : literacy & knowledge at work / Lesley Farrell

Main Author Farrell, Lesley Country Estados Unidos. Publication New York : Peter Lang, cop. 2006 Description X, 164 p. ; 23 cm Series New literacies and digital epistemologies , 16 ISBN 0-8204-6761-8 CDU 658.3
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Monografia Biblioteca Geral da Universidade do Minho
BGUM 658.3 - F Available 373422
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Making Knowledge Common looks at how ordinary people in ordinary workplaces use literacy to make the global knowledge economy happen. It challenges established views of what «counts» as knowledge at work, of how ICT (information and communication technology) helps and hinders people sharing knowledge in global networks of production, and of how workplace education develops and promotes the literacy practices that connect global knowledge economies. This book must be read by any instructor who teaches in the area of literacy, and by every graduate student who follows the field.

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The Author: Lesley Farrell is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at Monash University, Victoria, Australia. She received her Ph.D. in social linguistics from Monash University.

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