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Learning, Media and Technology

2016 Volume 41, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. The Emergence of Online Teaching Practices: A Socio-Material Analysis

    Karin Bolldén

    The aim of this article was to analyse relations between online teaching practices and their virtual material arrangements. Two higher education online settings were studied using an online... More

    pp. 444-462

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  2. The Digital Skills Paradox: How Do Digitally Excluded Youth Develop Skills to Use the Internet?

    Rebecca Eynon & Anne Geniets

    Digital skills are an important aspect of ensuring that all young people are digitally included. Yet, there tends to be an assumption in popular discourse that young people can simply learn these... More

    pp. 463-479

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  3. Digital Doings: Curating Work-Learning Practices and Ecologies

    Terrie Lynn Thompson

    Workers are faced with wider networks of knowledge generation amplified by the scale, diffusion, and critical mass of digital artefacts and web technologies globally. In this study of mobilities of... More

    pp. 480-500

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  4. Rethinking the Relationship between Learner, Learning Contexts, and Technology: A Critique and Exploration of Archer's Morphogenetic Approach

    Zhen Li

    The contextualized nature of learning with technology is widely acknowledged in research, but there remains a lack of sound social theorization to conceptualize and understand this... More

    pp. 501-520

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