Browsing 16(1) Technology & Social Media by Title

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  • Wiebe, Sean; McAuley, Sandy (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2010-05)
    While the ubiquity of Web 2.0 technologies disrupts conventional notions of schooling and literacy, its impact on learning is idiosyncratic at best. Taking the form of a dialogue based on the fifteen-week collaboration ...
  • Becker, Jon; Stewart, Meredith; Green, Jason (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2010-05)
    Here, There & Everywhere: A Review of DIY U by Anya Kamenetz.
  • Couros, Alec (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2010-05)
    An introduction to our May, 2010 issue of in education, a peer-reviewed, open access journal. This is also Part II of a two-part series focusing on Technology & Social Media.
  • Kumar, Swapna (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2010-05)
    Many educators have called for the inclusion of new technologies like blogs, wikis, and social bookmarking in higher education to address the learning needs of the Net Generation. Is there really a discrepancy between the ...
  • Veletsianos, George (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2010-05)
    In this paper, I discuss the implementation of a small-scale Adventure Learning project in a higher education classroom. Data used to evaluate the Adventure Learning project indicates that the learner experience was ...
  • Harris, Lisa; Warren, Lorraine; Leah, Jean; Ashleigh, Melanie (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2010-05)
    The authors critique the commonly accepted notions of ‘digital native’ students and the widening generation gap between them and ‘technophobic’ faculty. Their case studies, from UK higher education, demonstrate that ...
  • Siemens, George; Matheos, Kathleen (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2010-05)
    A power shift is occurring in higher education, driven by two trends: (a) the increased freedom of learners to access, create, and recreate content; and (b) the opportunity for learners to interact with each other outside ...

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