What do new Social Networks tell us about Digital Literacies? Posted by Doug Belshaw On July 11, 2011 In New Literacies No comments As I mentioned in a previous post, I’ve started to blog occasionally for DMLcentral. My first post has now been published and is available here. Possibly related posts:Google: excellence and diversity?Why we need open, distributed social networks.Literacy -> Digital Flow: digital epistemologies & ontology.What do Google, Open Source Software and Digital Literacies have in Common?[RECORDING] Connected Learning webinar on Open BadgesWhy Google+ is like an extended unboxing video.Digital literacy and the public/private boundaryWhy Ewan McIntosh *was* (partly) wrong.On the relationship between Digital Literacies and Web Literacies. [VIDEO]#TEDxWarwick: The Essential Elements of Digital LiteraciesZemanta Tags:digital literaciesGoogleidentitysocial networking Tweet Doug Belshaw Dr. Doug Belshaw is Badges & Skills Lead at the Mozilla Foundation and into open everything. Main interests? Digital/Web Literacies and Open Badges.