From Blogs to Bombs: The Future of Digital Technologies in Education
UWA Publishing, 2009 - Computer science - 159 pages
Digital technologies and their role in education; impact of the internet especially with regards to children; pedagogical, social, sociopolitical and ecological effects.
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