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E-Learning and Digital Media

2014 Volume 11, Number 5

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Number of articles: 13

  1. Taxonomies of Educational Technology Uses: Dewey, Chip and Me

    James A. Levin

    In the early 1990s, Chip Bruce created a taxonomy of education technology uses, which the author of the article helped to expand and evaluate. This taxonomy is based on John Dewey's "four... More

    pp. 439-442

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  2. Information Science and Responsive Evaluation

    Robert E. Stake

    Responsive evaluation builds upon the methods of informal evaluation in disciplined ways: getting personally acquainted with the evaluand, observation of activities, interviewing people who are in ... More

    pp. 443-450

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  3. "He's Supportive, Period": A Tribute to Bertram (Chip) Bruce

    Maureen Hogan

    In this personal and revealing essay, the author traces her relationship with Chip Bruce, from its beginnings, when he served on her dissertation committee, to the present, when she realizes that... More

    pp. 451-453

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  4. Inquiry, Multidisciplinary Languages, and Connections: In the Context of Qualitative Research Methodology

    Liora Bresler

    This article examines the ways in which art and aesthetics provide powerful and rich models for inquiry and connection, facilitating fresh perception, conceptualization, and engagement in... More

    pp. 454-470

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  5. ChipScope: Actually, That Funny Way of Looking at It Works Pretty Well

    Kevin M. Leander

    In this article, the author describes and reflects on a kind of vision that is unique to Bertram C. ("Chip") Bruce. This "funny way of looking at it" includes a way of seeing... More

    pp. 471-474

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  6. Bruce's Magnificent Quartet: Inquiry, Community, Technology and Literacy--Implications for Renewing Qualitative Research in the Twenty-First Century

    Judith Davidson

    Bruce and Bishop's community informatics work brings forward four critical concepts: inquiry, community, technology, and literacy. These four terms serve as the basis for a discussion of... More

    pp. 475-481

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  7. Coffee Cups, Canoes, Airplanes and the Lived Experience: Reflections on the Works of Bertram (Chip) Bruce

    Caroline Haythornthwaite

    A career spent in research, teaching, and engagement with community entails a lifetime of assemblage of meaning from people, resources, technologies and experience. In his work, Bertram (Chip)... More

    pp. 482-488

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  8. Our GSLIS Colleague, Chip Bruce: An Appreciation. A Deweyan Pragmatist in the Internet Age

    Dan Schiller

    The reconstructive project needed to enable information for democracy, to which Chip Bruce has contributed much, is of long standing. Using a few wide brush strokes, in this article some of the... More

    pp. 489-491

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  9. "A Little Respect": An Inquiry-Driven Classroom Honors a Student's Right to Question

    Timnah Gretencord

    The practice of teaching can be characterized as a calling, a duty, and a gift. It can also be an opportunity for oppression--or for liberation from habits of oppression. In his role as... More

    pp. 492-494

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  10. Collaborative Inquiry with Technology in Secondary Science Classrooms: Professional Learning Community Development at Work

    Delwyn L. Harnisch, Sharon L. Comstock & Bertram C. Bruce

    The development of critical scientific literacy in primary and secondary school classrooms requires authentic inquiry with a basis in the real world. Pairing scientists with educators and employing... More

    pp. 495-505

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  11. Writing for a Change, Writing for Chip

    Patrick W. Berry

    What does it mean to write for change? How do we negotiate the space between hope and critique? Drawing on Dewey's notion of a common faith, this article contemplates what the author learned... More

    pp. 506-509

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  12. Questions, Curiosity and the Inquiry Cycle

    Leo Casey

    This article discusses the conceptual relationship between questions, curiosity and learning as inquiry elaborated in the work of Chip Bruce and others as the Inquiry Cycle. The Inquiry Cycle... More

    pp. 510-517

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  13. Pieces of Civic Intelligence: Towards a Capacities Framework

    Douglas Schuler

    Civic intelligence is the capacity of collectivities--from small informal groups to humanity as a whole--to equitably and effectively address important shared problems such as poverty, bioterrorism... More

    pp. 518-529

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