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Can It Make a Difference? Technology and the Social Studies
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Theory and Research in Social Education Volume 28, Number 4, ISSN 0093-3104

Abstract

Discusses factors that affect the use of technology by social studies teachers. Focuses on the use of Web-based learning within the social studies. Highlights studies that address the effects of technology in social studies. Introduces the articles in this special issue, “Technology in Social Studies Education.” (CMK)

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Diem, R.A. (2000). Can It Make a Difference? Technology and the Social Studies. Theory and Research in Social Education, 28(4), 493-501. Retrieved March 19, 2019 from .

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