Technology and Global Education
Social Studies Volume 80, Number 1,
Examines applications of microcomputers and television to global education. Provides suggestions for developing an understanding of basic formats of data collection and analysis, and for using databases to understand the organization of information. Recommends the use of interactive television to develop a global perspective. (LS)
Diem, R.A. (1989). Technology and Global Education. Social Studies, 80(1), 25-27.
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