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Learning, Media and Technology

December 2010 Volume 35, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Networks and Locations for Student Learning

    Chris Jones & Graham Healing

    This article examines the significance of place and location at a time when mobile and networked technologies allow students access from a diversity of contexts. The article reports a cultural... More

    pp. 369-385

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  2. Technological Diversity: An Investigation of Students' Technology Use in Everyday Life and Academic Study

    Linda Corrin, Lori Lockyer & Sue Bennett

    Generational generalisations regarding how students interact with technology have been used in recent times to prompt calls for radical changes to the delivery of teaching in higher education. This... More

    pp. 387-401

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  3. Learning and Living Technologies: A Longitudinal Study of First-Year Students' Frequency and Competence in the Use of ICT

    Anesa Hosein, Ruslan Ramanau & Chris Jones

    This article presents results from a longitudinal survey of first-year students' time spent on living and learning technologies at university, their frequency of using specific learning... More

    pp. 403-418

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  4. Pathways in Interactive Media Practices among Youths

    Antoine van den Beemt, Sanne Akkerman & P Robert-Jan Simons

    This qualitative study examines how 11 Dutch students aged 14-15 develop an interest in specific types of interactive media practices and how they perceive these practices in relation to others.... More

    pp. 419-434

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