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Internet and Higher Education

October 2012 Volume 15, Number 4

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Designing Nordic technology-enhanced learning

    Teresa Cerratto-Pargman, Sanna M. Järvelä & Marcelo Milrad

    The latest developments of information and communication technologies (ICT) and its large penetration in different sectors of our society pose new challenges and demands in the field of education. ... More

    pp. 227-230

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  2. Shared and personal learning spaces: Challenges for pedagogical design

    Päivi Häkkinen & Raija Hämäläinen

    The development of new tools for collaboration, such as social software, plays a crucial role in leisure time and work activities. The aim of this article is to summarize the research in the field ... More

    pp. 231-236

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  3. Identifying different registers of digital literacy in virtual learning environments

    Ola Knutsson, Mona Blåsjö, Stina Hållsten & Petter Karlström

    In this paper social semiotics, and systemic functional linguistics in particular, are used in order to identify registers of digital literacy in the use of virtual learning environments. The... More

    pp. 237-246

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  4. How should the higher education workforce adapt to advancements in technology for teaching and learning?

    Agnes Kukulska-Hulme

    In a time of change, higher education is in the position of having to adapt to external conditions created by widespread adoption of popular technologies such as social media, social networking... More

    pp. 247-254

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  5. Leveraging new media skills in a peer feedback tool

    Barbara Wasson & Vibeke Vold

    Today's youth thrive in informal participatory communities where they not only consume but also act as contributors or producers. Through active participation they develop new media skills... More

    pp. 255-264

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  6. Multimodal design, learning and cultures of recognition

    Gunther Kress & Staffan Selander

    In this article, a design-oriented, multimodal understanding of learning will be outlined. There seems to be a need for a new conceptualisation of learning in an era characterised by an increasing ... More

    pp. 265-268

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