Computer Technology in Higher Education: An Experiment, Not a Solution
Quest Volume 50, Number 4, ISSN 0033-6297
Discusses whether computer technology should be incorporated into higher education, noting that it is often incorporated without asking whether it is appropriate and under what conditions and for what purposes it should be incorporated. The paper highlights issues surrounding social responsibility, community, and alienation and suggests that technology be treated as an experiment rather than a solution. (SM)
Rintala, J. (1998). Computer Technology in Higher Education: An Experiment, Not a Solution. Quest, 50(4), 366.
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