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Issues in Digital Technology in Education

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Issues in Digital Technology in Education

Publisher: Wikibooks

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Table of Contents: Web 2.0 Learning Environments; The Net Generation; Blended Learning; Online Communities; Accessibility and Usability; Games for Learning; Virtual Learning Environments; Moderating Online Discussions For Learning; Assessing Online Discussions; Computers in the Early Childhood Classroom; Adult E-Learning in Education for Sustainable Development; Assistive Technology in Education: A Critical analysis of the 'Highs' and the 'Lows'; E-Portfolios; etc.

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