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From blogs to bombs : the future of digital technologies in education

Author: Mark Pegrum
Publisher: Crawley, W.A. : UWA Pub., 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Does the internet enhance education or erode standards? Does it empower kids or endanger them? Does it mean more freedom or more surveillance? The short answer is: all of the above. Digital technologies including computing and mobile technologies are among the most widely discussed subjects of our time.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Pegrum
ISBN: 9781921401343 1921401346
OCLC Number: 428075867
Description: xi, 146 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1. Many lenses: An introduction --
Five lenses --
From blogs to bombs --
Telling stories --
2. Many clouds: A technological lens --
Cloud nine --
Stormclouds --
Getting reaI --
What's normal? --
3. Many literacies: A pedagogical lens --
Web 2.0 in education --
Many literacies --
What could go wrong? --
Living in educational beta --
4. Many selves: A social lens --
Writing your/self into being --
A unitary self --
Dangerous or endangered? --
Switching off --
5. Many stories: A sociopolitical lens --
Old divisions, new divisions --
Beyond states and markets --
Patrolling every/body --
Future stories --
6. Many baas & [actual symbol not reproducible]: An ecological lens --
Biology Ecology --
God as a wiki --
A world of diversity.
Responsibility: Mark Pegrum.

Abstract:

Does the internet enhance education or erode standards? Does it empower kids or endanger them? Does it mean more freedom or more surveillance? The short answer is: all of the above. Digital technologies including computing and mobile technologies are among the most widely discussed subjects of our time.

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