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Title Internet & Learning: A Decade of Transformation in Learning Practices
Year 2011
Access date 10.10.2011

New practices associated with the Internet are profoundly affecting many aspects of daily life and learning. The flood of information online, and the increased use of mobile and internet-based platforms, affect from whom, where and what we learn, how we constitute and engage with learning communities, and how we trust online information and relationships. New paradigms are emerging around key concepts of multimodality, networked learning, participatory practice, e-learning, gaming, and ubiquitous learning. This panel examines a decade of transformation in learning practices and addresses recent and continuing changes in how we learn with and through digital media, how this challenges current notions of literacy and learning, and how digital media can be leveraged to support educational initiatives.

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Year of publication2011
Bibliographic typeConferences, workshops, tutorials, presentations