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By Olivia Sudjic ‘The Digital Age’ is an immersive, seamless experience so pervasive that terms like ‘the Internet of Things’ are not at all silly - but trying to think critically about it - without...
A lot has been written about the digital native since the coining of the term about ten years ago. A lot of what has been originally written by the digital native has been taken as common sense and has been repeated many times in many educational contexts, but until recently the true nature of the digital native has not been explored. Because the myth of the digital native is still alive and well, this article aims to examine the findings that have come out of recent research with regard to digital natives and their true nature, as well as turn a critical gaze onto the assumptions, taken as common sense knowledge, of what the characteristics of digital natives are. ...
by Apostolos Koutropoulos University of Massachusetts
The original Digital Native - Abbey from the Vala video - is back! This time with her sister Mali and instead of talking about libraries they're talking abou... (Hadn't seen this before today, entertaining in a scary kind of way ?
In last week's blog I looked at the innovative ways that publisher's are monetising their products in the face of a shifting digital landsca (Users more likely to win the lottery than click a banner ad: reach digital natives with native advertising...
"In yesterday’s Inside Higher Ed’s technology blog, Joshua Kim wrote about 'Courses, Facebook, and Secret Groups,' in which he pointed out that 'There is a world of social learning going on, and we (meaning us instructors, educational technologists – basically anyone employed on the instructional or administrative sides of the house), know nothing about what is going on.' He then explains how students are using Secret Groups in Facebook—as well as other technologies—to learn outside the classroom."
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