Just In Time Learning

shutterstock_69477229   Just-in-time learning, from a provider standpoint, means that you have systems in place for users to access what they need to know, when they need to know it.   Just-in-Time learning (JIT) provides a learning solution when it is actually needed, rather than on a deferred basis. It can be automated, such as web based; or having coaches on stand-by for such needs. http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/media/jit.html According to Peach New Media, Just In Time learning has been identified as a key trend for online learning 2015.

More associations will offer on-demand programming to their users to access anytime, from anywhere. This will help users customize their experience to fit their needs. We’re expecting more online learning platforms will be mobile-friendly, making it easier to access your organizations content on-the-go.

5 Reasons Just-In-Time Learning Rocks Just-in-Time Education: Learning in the Global Information Age Resources for Just-in-Time Teaching – http://jittdl.physics.iupui.edu/jitt/what.html With all of the online resources available, Just It Time Learning can be put into practice by just about anyone. Want to learn something new, Google it and there is probably a YouTube video that will provide instruction. Want to delve a little bit deeper, try a MOOC (massive open online course.) The breadth of information available today is a virtual goldmine for lifelong learners, and those of us that just want to know how to do something we can’t currently do.

The Journal of Literacy and Technology Volume 14, Number 1: March 2013

On behalf of Journal of Literacy and Technology, we are happy to announce our Winter 2013 issue. We would like to thank our contributors, past and present, as well as our review team for continued success of our publication. 2013 marks the 14th year of our online presence as the journal of literacy and technology. The current issue can be found at http://www.literacyandtechnology.org/volume-14-number-1-march-2013.html

The Journal of Literacy and Technology Volume 14, Number 1: March 2013 features

Article:“Digital Literacy, Language, and Latinos: L1.4Word

Kathy Bussert-Webb, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Language, Literacy, and Intercultural Studies
University of Texas at Brownsville
Kathy.bussertwebb@utb.edu

Maria E. Diaz
Lecturer in the College of Education at the
University of Texas-Brownsville


Article: Exploring Teachers’ Perceptions of Literacy and Use of Technology in Classroom Practice: Analysis of Self-Reported Practice in One School District

Salika A. Lawrence, Ph.D.
Director, Master of Education in Literacy
Co-Director, First Year Foundations-College Reading
William Paterson University
lawrences2@wpunj.edu
Fraser Calhoun, M.M.
William Paterson University


Article: Digital literacy and digital pedagogies for teaching literacy: Pre-service teachers’ experience on teaching rounds

Marion Milton, Ph.D
Associate Professor
La Trobe University
m.milton@latrobe.edu.au

Les Vozzo
University of Western Sydney

An online Version or PDF version of a current edition can be found:

http://literacyandtechnology.org/current_edition.htm