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E-Learning and Digital Media

2011 Volume 8, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Ubiquitous Mobility with Mobile Phones: A Cultural Ecology for Mobile Learning

    John Cook, Norbert Pachler & Ben Bachmair

    This article argues that mobile phones should be viewed as new cultural resources that operate within an individualized, mobile and convergent mass communication; such a recognition facilitates the... More

    pp. 181-196

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  2. The (Im)Materiality of Educational Space: Interactions between Material, Connected and Textual Dimensions of Networked Technology Use in Schools

    Cathy Burnett

    In contributing to understanding about the barriers and opportunities associated with new technologies in educational settings, this article explores dimensions of the educational spaces associated... More

    pp. 214-227

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  3. Shifting Ontologies of a Serious Game and Its Relationships with English Education for Beginners

    MIkala Hansbol & Bente Meyer

    This article takes as its point of departure a language project which is a subproject under the larger ongoing (2007-2011) research project Serious Games on a Global Market Place. The language... More

    pp. 228-246

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  4. Teachers Teaching in the New Mediascape: Digital Immigrants or "Natural Born Cyborgs"?

    Catherine A. Adams & Patti Pente

    Schooled in an earlier time, educators are laboring to find meaningful purchase in new media environments, unable to match the fluency and sophistication of their "digital native" students. Yet is ... More

    pp. 247-257

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  5. Digital (A)Literacy

    Phil Rose

    This article investigates the tendency of those who explore the topic of "electronic literacies" to downplay the fundamental nature and importance of the perceptual habits associated with print... More

    pp. 258-270

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