[Air-L] help with references
alex at halavais.net
Tue Nov 16 06:46:35 PST 2010
While it is imperfect in many ways, an annotated bibliography on
digital media and learning is available here:
Any additions would naturally be appreciated.
2010/11/16 Jesper Tække <ses at post10.tele.dk>:
> Dear colleges,
> I am about to begin a research project together with Michael Paulsen in Danish upper secondary schools to find out about how new media are used. All kinds of wireless digital network media are in focus from Twitter over messenger to applications made for teaching.
> The questions are: what are the social consequences, how are the media used, how do they play together with the teaching, what about control, any good experiences? and what about the social climate within the classes etc.
> What I now hope is that you will help us to get an overview over the literature and studies already made about experiences with digital media in regard to education. So please mail me references.
> When I have a reference list providing an overview I post it on the list and later we make an overview-article.
> Best Regards
> Jesper Tække
> Assistant Professor, PhD
> Information and Media Studies
> Aarhus University
> imvjet at hum.au.dk
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