Literatuur ICT COO


Ben Wilbrink



Ben Williamson (2017). Educating Silicon Valley: Corporate education reform and the reproduction of the technoeconomic revolution. Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies  Volume 39, 2017 - Issue 3 open access




Chris Anderson (2013). Makers. De nieuwe industriële revolutie. [Makers: The new industrial revolution] Nieuw Amsterdam Uitgevers. isbn 9789046813881 info




Allard Bijlsma & Yori Mul (2009). Handboek digibord & didactiek. Instrukt. isbn 9789046005774




Clay Shirky, introduced by Valerie Strauss (September 25 2014). Why a leading professor of new media just banned technology use in class. The Washington Post blog. pdf




Raphet Ackerman & Morris Goldsmith (2011). Metacognitive regulation of text learning: On screen versus on paper. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 17, 18-32. academia access


See also Maria Konnikova http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/mariakonnikova/2014/07/being-a-better-online-reader.html



Hans de Jongh (11-7-2014). Oprukken van tablet in de klas baart psychologen zorgen. Financieel Dagblad webpagina


De psychologen zijn Han van der Maas (UvA, Rekentuin) en Jelle Jolles (VU).



Roderick Sims (2014). Design Alchemy : Transforming the way we think about learning and teaching. Springer. [als eBook in KB] info




C. Girard, J. Ecalle & A. Magnan (2013). Serious games as new educational tools: how effective are they? A meta-analysis of recent studies. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 29 abstract




M. Webb, D. Gibson & A. Forkosh-Baruch (2013). Challenges for information technology supporting educational assessment. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 29 abstract




Pieter Wouters, Christof van Nimwegen, Herre van Oostendorp, and Erik D. van der Spek (2013). A Meta-Analysis of the Cognitive and Motivational Effects of Serious Games. Journal of Educational Psychology, 105, 249-265. pdf


Voor motivatie maken ze geen verschil, cognitieve effecten: d = 0,29. Dat laatste effect is niet interessant voor wie het om verbetering van onderwijsresulaten is te doen (zie Hattie over de betekenis van effectgrootte; zijn benchmark is d = 0,4; dat wil zeggen dat dat pas het punt is waar de teller begint te lopen).



Gary M. Olson & Judith S. Olson (2003). Human-Computer Interaction: Psychological Aspects of the Human Use of Computing. Annual Review of Psychology, 54, 491-516. pdf




John A. Bargh and Katelyn Y. A. McKenna (2004). The internet and social life. Annual Review of Psychology, 55, 573-590. abstract




Michiel van Geloven (2008). De business case van onderwijsvernieuwing. De duurzame resultaten van zes jaar samenwerken in de Digitale Universiteit. Tijdschrift voor Hoger Onderwijs




Fleur Ruth Prinsen , Jan Terwel , Bonne J.H. Zijlstra & Monique M.L. Volman (2013) The effects of guided elaboration in a CSCL programme on the learning outcomes of primary school students from Dutch and immigrant families. Educational Research and Evaluation, 2013 Vol. 19, No. 1, 39–57 abstract




Michael Henderson, Nicola F. Johnson & Glenn Auld (2013) Silences of ethical practice: dilemmas for researchers using social media, Educational Research and Evaluation: An International Journal on Theory and Practice, 19:6, 546-560abstract




Samuel Greiff, Sascha Wüstenberg, Daniel V. Holt, Frank Goldhammer & Joachim Funke (2013). Computer-based assessment of Complex Problem Solving: concept, implementation, and application. Education Tech Research Dev (2013) 61:407–421 abstract


Ik denk dat hier de onzin aardig bij elkaar staat: probleemoplossen, maar dan losgezongen van expertise.



David Jonassen (Ed.) (1996 1st). Handbook of Research for Educational Communications and Technology. AECD. [] info




David Jonassen & Marcy Driscoll (Eds.) (20xx 2nd). Handbook of Research for Educational Communications and Technology. AECD. [KB eBooks] info




J. Micheal Spector, M. David Merrill, Jeroen Van Merrienboer, and Marcy P. Driscoll (Eds.) (2007 3rd). Handbook of Research for Educational Communications and Technology. AECD. [] info [Mashhad University, Iran, heeft het hele boek online staan . . . ]




William G. Bowen (2013). Higher Education in the Digital Age. Princeton University Press. site en preface




Florin D. Salajan (2013). Policy Formulation and Networks of Practice in European eLearning: the emergence of a European E-Learning Area. European Journal of Education. Special Issue: Adult Learning Systems in a Comparative Perspective. Volume 48, Issue 2, pages 292–310, June 2013 abstract




Yves Punie, Lieve Van den Brande and Ilkka Tuomi (Guest editors) (2013). Special Issue: ICT and Education: taking stock of progress and looking at the future. European Journal of Education, 48, 1-192. free online




Rebecca Y. C. Ong (2010). Mobile communication and the protection of children. Leiden. dissertatie ophalen




Manfred Spitzer (2013). Digitale dementie. Hoe wij ons verstand kapot maken. Atlas Contact. isbn 9789045024332 site


Ik maak een uitvoerige annotatie op dit boek zie hier. De annotatie verschijnt werkendeweg in een discussie in de Linkedin-groep Kennisnet (gestart: vrijdag 29 juni).



Michael Bowen (2013). Higher Education in the Digital Age. Princeton University Press site. [In KB als eBook]




Byte. Oude jaargangen beschikbaar op archive.org, bijvoorbeeld uit 1980 nummer 8 http://ia.archive.org/details/byte-magazine-1980-08




Qing Li & Xin Ma (2010). A Meta-analysis of the Effects of Computer Technology on School Students’ Mathematics Learning. Educational Psychology Review, 22, 215-243. abstract


Ik heb een vermoeden dat deze auteurs ten onrechte zo optimistisch zijn over de ‘effecten’ van ICT op wiskundeprestaties. Maar ja, daarvoor moet je zo’n meta-analyse dan weer van begin tot eind doornemen. En dan vergelijken met wat Hattie heeft te melden (die nog niet de beschikking over deze meta-studie heeft gehad, neem ik aan). Ha, zie de meta-analyse van Cheung & Slavin (2011) hier.



Hersh C. Waxman, Meng-Fen Lin & Georgette M. Michko (2003). A Meta-Analysis of the Effectivenesss of Teaching and Learning With Technology on Student Outcomes. Learning Point Associates; Meta-Analysis of Technology. pdf




Alan C. K. Cheung & Robert E. Slavin (2013). The effectiveness of educational technology applications for enhancing mathematics achievement in K-12 classrooms: A meta-analysis. Educational Research Review, 9, 88-113. abstract en report July, 2011




Adrienne van den Bogaard, Harry Lintsen, Frank Veraart & Onno de Wit (Red.) (2008). De eeuw van de computer. De geschiedenis van de informatietechnologie in Nederland. Kluwer. abstract




abstract




Robert A. Rhoads, Jennifer Berdan, and Brit Toven-Lindsey (2013). The Open Courseware Movement in Higher Education: Unmasking Power and Raising Questions about the Movement's Democratic Potential . Educational Theory, 63, 87-109. abstract en free pdf




Margaret A. Honey and Margaret L. Hilton (Eds.) (2011). Learning Science Through Computer Games and Simulations. Committee on Science Learning: Computer Games, Simulations, and Educationonline







Pieter Wouters, Christof van Nimwegen, Herre van Oostendorp & Erik D. van der Spek (2013xxx) A Meta-Analysis of the Cognitive and Motivational Effects of Serious Games. Journal of Educational Psychology. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1037/a0031311pdf



Kristopher J. Kopp, M. Anne Britt Keith Millis & Arthur C. Graesser (2012). Improving the efficiency of dialogue in tutoring. Learning and Instruction, 22, 320-330.abstract of pdf [via site van Britt]


Intelligent tutoring systems. Dit is geen gelegenheidsonderzoekje, maar staat in een heel lange onderzoektraditie naar de ontwikkeling van systemen van intelligente instructie waar o.a. ook Stellan Ohlsson bij betrokken is.



Anna Wong, Wayne Leahy, Nadine Marcus & John Sweller (2012). Cognitive load theory, the transient information effect and e-learning. Learning and Instruction, 22, 449-457. pdf




Sebastian Kelle (2012_. Game Design Patterns for Learning. Aachen: Shaker Verlag. Proefschrift Open Universiteit. pdf


Dit terrein is nog niet echt rijp voor ontginning door onderwijsontwikkelaars.

Also, going deeper into cognitive science / educational psychology research, another aspect can be found that might explain these results: the notion of ‘Cognitive Load Theory’. In the article by Tabbers et al. (2004), it was noted that multimedia cues given to learners were of beneficial nature in terms of learning gain, while audio-based cues had adverse and/or distracting effects. They explain this adverse effect with the overtaxing of learners’ mental capacity to process multimodal information. It appears that a similar effect can happen in a gamified context when cues in the form of game elements are catching the learners’ attention, thus flooding the learners’ working memory and blocking the capacity to process relevant learning content (Kirschner, 2002) without leaving space for the cognitive load necessary to get closer to the learning goal.

Paul A. Kirschner (2002). Cognitive load theory: Implications of cognitive load theory on the design of learning. Learning and instruction, 12(1):1-10.pdf

Tabbers, H. K., Martens, R. L., and Van Merriënboer, J. J. G. (2004). Multimedia instructions and cognitive load theory: Effects of modality and cueing. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 74 (1): 71-81.abstract



Helen Stout & Martin de Jong (2005). Over spreektelegraaf en beeldtelefoon. De rol van de overheid bij technologische transities in infrastructuurgebonden sectoren. Lemma.



Thanasis Daradoumis, Santi Caballé, Angel A. Juan & Fatos Xhafa (Eds.) (2011). Technology-Enhanced Systems and Tools for Collaborative Learning Scaffolding. Springer. site



PISA 2009 Results: Students On Line. Digital Technologies and Performance. Volume VI. OECD Online te lezen (niet binnen te halen)



Constance Steinkuhler, Kurt Squire & Sasha Barab (Eds.) (2012). Games, Learning, and Society. Learning and Meaning in the Digital Age. Cambridge University Press. site



Willem Houtkoop, Jim Allen, Marieke Buisman, Didier Fouarge & Rolf van der Velden (2012). Kernvaardigheden in Nederland. Resultaten van de Adult Literacy and Life Skills Survey (ALL). Expertisecentrum Beroepsonderwijs. Roa. pdf

Het bijzondere van dit rapport is dat in die Survey ook is gevraagd naar ICT-vaardigheden en activiteiten. Bij volwassenen. Het rapport laat dus onbedoeld iets zien van de irrelevantie van ICT-onderwijs in basis- en voortgezet onderwijs: bijna alle volwassenen gebruiken ICT in het dagelijks leven (beroep, thuis), terwijl vrijwel iedereen het zonder specifiek onderwijs in ICT-vaardigheden heeft moeten doen.



Catherine Chase, Doris B. Chin, Marily Oppezzo, & Daniel L. Schwartz (in druk). Teachable Agents and the Protégé Effect: Increasing the Effort Towards Learning. Journal of Science Education and Technology. pdf concept



Doris B. Chin, Ilsa M. Dohmen, Britte H. Cheng, Marily A. Oppezzo, Catherine C. Chase & Daniel L. Schwartz (2012?). Preparing Students for Future Learning with Teachable Agents. pdf



Daniel L. Schwartz, Catherine Chase, Doris Chin, Marily Oppezzo, Henry Kwong, Sandra Okita, Rod Roscoe, Hoyeong Jeong, John Wagster, & Gautam Biswas (2012?). Interactive Metacognition: Monitoring and Regulating a Teachable Agent. In D. J. Hacker, J. Dunlosky, and A. C. Graesser (Eds.), Handbook of Metacognition in Education. pdf



Kristen Blair, Daniel L. Schwartz, Gautam Biswas & Krittaya Leelawong (To appear). Pedagogical Agents for Learning by Teaching: Teachable Agents. Educational Technology. pdf


Computers, productive agency, and the effort after shared meaning. Journal of Computing in Higher Education.


Technology support for complex problem solving: From SAD environments to AI. In Smart machines in education: The coming revolution in educational technology


Teachable agents: Combining insights from learning theory and computer science. In Artificial Intelligence in Education


Qualitative reasoning techniques to support learning by teaching: The Teachable Agents project. The Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning pdf pdf pdf



Thomas Bernold & James Finkelstein (Eds.) (1988). Computer Assisted Approaches to Learning. Foundations of Industry's Future. North Holland. isbn 0444703837



Ingrid A. E. Spanjers, Tamara van Gog & Jeroen J. G. van Merriënboer (2010). A Theoretical Analysis of How Segmentation of Dynamic Visualizations Optimizes Students' Learning. Educational Psychology Review, 22, 411-423. open access pdf



Anne Schüler, Katharina Scheiter & Erlijn van Genuchten (2011). The Role of Working Memory in Multimedia Instruction: Is Working Memory Working During Learning from Text and Pictures? Educational Psychology Review, 23, 389-411. abstract



Björn B. de Koning & Huib K. Tabbers (2011). Facilitating understanding of movements in dynamic visualizations: An embodied perspective. Educational Psychology Review, 23, 501-521. open access pdf



Patricia D. Mautone and Richard E. Mayer (2001). Signaling as a Cognitive Guide in Multimedia Learning. Journal of Educational Psychology, 93, 377-389. pdf




Richard E. Mayer & Paul Chandler (2001). When Learning Is Just a Click Away: Does Simple User Interaction FosterDeeper Understanding of Multimedia Messages? Journal of Educational Psychology, 93, 390-397. pdf


“The goal of the research discussed in this article was to determine the possible benefits of incorporating a modest amount of computer-user interactivity (which we call simple user interaction) within a multimedia explanation. However, to address this issue clearly it is necessary to define the terms multimedia explanation, simple user interaction, and cognitive consequence of simple user interaction.”



Will Richardson (2009 2nd). Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms. Corwin Press.



Edgar L. Morphet & David L. Jesser (Eds.) (1969). Planning for Effective Utilization of Technology in Education. Designing Education for the Future no. 6. New York: Citation Press. lccc 67-22887



Jos Tolboom (2012). The potential of a classroom network to support teacher feedback. A study in statistics education. Proefschrift Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.



L. Brent Igo, Roger Bruning & Matthew T. McCrudden (2005). Exploring Differences in Students’ Copy-and-Paste Decision Making and Processing: A Mixed-Methods Study. Journal of Educational Psychology, 97, 103-116. abstract



L. Brent Igo and Kenneth A. Kiewra (2007). How Do High-Achieving Students Approach Web-Based, Copy and Paste note Taking? Selective Pasting and Related Learning Outcomes. Journal of Advanced Academics, Volum 18, 512-529. abstract

Het punt is: ICT voegt hier dus niets noemenswaards toe aan de leerprocessen. De betere studenten hebben er geen nadeel van, anderen maken er geen goed gebruik van.



Sarah Prestridge (2010). ICT professional development for teachers in online forums: Analysing the role of discussion. Teaching and Teacher Education, 26, 252-258.



Ian Gorton (2006). Essential Software Architecture. Springer.



S. de Koster, E. Kuiper & M. Volman (2012). Concept-guided development of ICT use in ‘traditional’ and ‘innovative’ primary schools: what types of ICT use do schools develop? Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (Early View). abstract


Uitgeverij Routledge komt met een serie boeken ‘Interdisciplinary Approaches to Educational Technology’ onder redactie van J. Michael Spector. Hij is de auteur van het openingsdeel, dat een voorproefje geeft van wat de serie gaat brengen:


J. Michael Spector (2012). Foundations of Educational Technology. Integrative approaches and interdisciplinary perspectives. Routledge.

details http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415874717/


Mijn eerste indruk is dat dit een serieuze onderneming is: geen PR voor ‘21st century skills’, maar een stand van zaken met uitdrukkelijke verwijzing naar de psychologische basis (John Anderson’s ACT-R theorie, Ericsson’s onderzoek over expertise, instructional design). Spector is van de club die de inzet van technologie laat volgen uit het onderwijskundig ontwerp.
http://lpsl.coe.uga.edu/people/whos_involved_det.asp?fullName=Spector,%20Michael


Ter illustratie neem ik in het kort zijn lijst ‘Technology integration principles’ over:



Neil Selwyn (2011). Schools and Schooling in the Digital Age. A Critical Analysis. Routledge. reviewed

Voor mij een belangrijk boek: kritisch over ICT in het onderwijs. Inspirerend. Ik zoek nog naar andere publicaties op dezelfde thematiek, maar dan online bereikbaar. Selwyn schrijft in rap tempo boeken, bijvoorbeeld: Global Perspectives on Technology and Education (2013), Education and Technology. Key Issues and Debates (2011), Making sense of young people, education and digital technology: the role of sociological theory. Oxford Review of Education, Volume 38, Issue 1, 2012 Special Issue: Digital technologies in the lives of young people abstract. Op zijn website ook een lijstje met Links to some online writing and papers (in English).



Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld, Vivien Hodgson & David McConnell (Eds.) (2012). Exploring the Theory, Pedagogy and Practice of Networked Learning. Springer. Fantastische zwamkousen, maar deze zwamkousen hebben wel het toneel, helaas. Het lezen van kletspraat is buitengewoon moeizaam omdat alles wat er wordt geschreven als zilverzand tussen je vingers wegloopt. Afijn, ik heb enkele hoofdstukken diagonaal doorgenomen. Let op de verwijzing naar het proefschrift van De Laat (Politie Academie, promotor Robert-Jan Simons).

  1. Networked Learning: A Brief History and New Trends. David McConnell, Vivien Hodgson, and Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld abstract

    Part II Developing Understandings of Networked Learning

  2. Networked Learning, Stepping Beyond the Net Generation and Digital Natives. Chris Jones. free pdf http://goo.gl/YiiA8
  3. Differences in Understandings of Networked Learning Theory: Connectivity or Collaboration? Thomas Ryberg, Lillian Buus, and Marianne Georgsen In dit hoofdstuk staat de onzin over leren en internet netjes bij elkaar, met literatuurverwijzingen. Interessant.

    With the popularisation of web 2.0 practices and technologies, we have also witnessed a re-vitalisation or renaissance of terms such as collaboration, sharing, dialogue, participation, student-centred learning, and the need to position students as producers, rather than consumers of knowledge. These are, however, pedagogical ideals, which have been prominent within research areas such as Networked Learning, CSCL and CMC-research well before the emergence of web 2.0. They even pre-date the Internet and World Wide Web (Jones and Dirckinck-Holmfeld 2009 ). This dialogical, collaborative perspective, which Weller ( 2007 ) characterises as the “discussion view,” has existed and thrived. However, it seems fair to say that the mainstream and institutional uptake of learning technologies has been primarily oriented towards the “broadcast view,” defi ned by Weller ( 2007 ) as delivering content or resources globally, fl exibly and on demand to the individual users. [vet: mijn nadruk]

    Ryberg, Buus & Georgsen, 2012, p. 43

    Weller, M. (2007). Virtual learning environments: Effective development and use. Routledge [dit lijkt me een toevallige greep uit de boekenkast. bw]

    Jones, C., & Dirckinck-Holmfeld, L. (2009). Analysing networked learning practices. In L. Dirckinck-Holmfeld, C. Jones, & B. Lindström (Eds.), Analysing networked learning practices in higher education and continuing professional development. Technology-Enhanced Learning (pp. 10 - 27). Sense Publishers. pdf

    the . . . . notion of connectivism has been presented as “a learning theory for the twenty-first century,” and has been closely linked with the recent technological changes — in particular, the pervasiveness of various “ networked technologies” such as email, the web and more recently, social networking, blogs, RSS and various mechanisms for aggregating and filtering information . . .

    Ryberg, Buus & Georgsen, 2012, p. 43-44

    The notion of connectivism has been most vividly explored by George Siemens and Stephen Downes, and the authors make some references to the broader heading of networked learning. In an online paper titled “A Brief History of Networked Learning,” Siemens ( 2008 ) makes references to research projects at Lancaster University and the thesis by de Laat ( 2006 ) .

    Ryberg, Buus & Georgsen, 2012, p. 44

    Siemens, G. (2008). Collective intelligence? Nah. Connective intelligence - elearnspace. elearnspace - Learning, networks, knowledge, technology, community . Retrieved November 17, 2009, from html

    de Laat, M. (2006). Networked learning. proefschrift Universiteit Utrecht. Politie Acedemie, Apeldoorn. pdf [Promotor is de protagonist van het Nieuwe Leren Robert-Jan Simons, copromotor Etienne Wenger [De crux is hier misschien hoofdstuk 3, waarin de de constructivistische onzin bij elkaar komt in de vorm van design research. Toch is dit in een redelijk goed tijdschrift gepubliceerd: De Laat, M.F., & Lally, V. (2003). Complexity, theory and praxis: Researching collaborative learning and tutoring processes in a networked learning community. Instructional Science, 31, 7-39. In hetzelfde tijdschrift is ook hoofdstuk 6 als artuikel gepubliceerd, met Simons als co-auteur]

  4. Part III New Landscapes and Spaces for Networked Learning
  5. Mediators of Socio-technical Capital in a Networked Learning Environment. Daniel D. Suthers and Kar-Hai Chu
  6. Collectivity, Performance and Self-representation: Analysing Cloudworks as a Public Space for Networked Learning and Reflection. Panagiota Alevizou, Rebecca Galley, and Gráinne Conole
  7. A Classroom with a View: Networked Learning Strategies to Promote Intercultural Education. Juliana E. Raffaghelli and Cristina Richieri

  8. Part IV Dynamics of Changing Tools and Infrastructures
  9. The Challenge of Introducing “One More Tool”: A Community of Practice Perspective on Networked Learning. Patricia Arnold, John David Smith, and Beverly Trayner

  10. Implementation of an Infrastructure for Networked Learning. Tom Nyvang and Ann Bygholm

  11. Part V Understanding the Social Material in Networked Learning

  12. Who’s Taming Who? Tensions Between People and Technologies in Cyberspace Communities. Terrie Lynn Thompson

  13. Learning Technology in Context: A Case for the Sociotechnical Interaction Framework as an Analytical Lens for Networked Learning Research. Linda Creanor and Steve Walker

    Part VI Identity, Cultural Capital and Networked Learning

  14. Just What Is Being Reflected in Online Reflection? New Literacies for New Media Learning Practices. Jen Ross

  15. Objectifi ed Cultural Capital and the Tale of Two Students. Laura Czerniewicz and Cheryl Brown

  16. How Do Small Business Owner-Managers Learn Leadership Through Networked Learning? Susan M. Smith

  17. Innovating Design for Learning in the Networked Society. Karin Tweddell Levinsen and Janni Nielsen

  18. Problem-Oriented Project Studies: The Role of the Teacher as Supervisor for the Study Group in Its Learning Processes. Jørgen Lerche Nielsen and Oluf Danielsen

  19. Life Behind the Screen: Taking the Academic Online. Stuart Boon and Christine Sinclair

    Part VII Conclusions

  20. The Theory, Practice and Pedagogy of Networked Learning. Vivien Hodgson, David McConnell, and Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld. abstract




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contents


Description


Digital Cognitive Technologies is an interdisciplinary book which assesses the socio-technical stakes of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), which are at the core of the “Knowledge Society”. This book addresses eight major issues, analyzed by authors writing from a Human and Social Science and a Science and Technology perspective. The contributions seek to explore whether and how ICTs are changing our perception of time, space, social structures and networks, document writing and dissemination, sense-making and interpretation, cooperation, politics and the dynamics of collective activity (socio-informatics).


Contents


PART I. CAN ICT TELL HISTORY?
1. Elements for a Digital Historiography, Andrea Iacovella.
2. “In Search of Real Time” or Man Facing the Desire and Duty of Speed, Luc Bonneville and Sylvie Grosjean.
3. Narrativity Against Temporality: a Computational Model for Story Processing, Eddie Soulier.
PART II. HOW CAN WE LOCATE OURSELVES WITHIN ICT?
4. Are Virtual Maps used for Orientation?, Alain Milon.
5. Geography of the Information Society, Henry Bakis and Philippe Vidal.
6. Mapping Public Web Space with the Issuecrawler, Richard Rogers.
PART III. ICT: A WORLD OF NETWORKS?
7. Metrology of Internet Networks, Nicolas Larrieu and Philippe Owezarski.
8. Online Social Networks: A Research Object for Computer Science and Social Sciences, Dominique Cardon and Christophe Prieur.
9. Analysis of Heterogenous Networks: the ReseauLu Project, Alberto Cambrosio, Pascal Cottereau, Stefan Popowycz, Andrei Mogoutov and Tania Vichnevskaia.
PART IV. COMPUTERIZED PROCESSING OF SPEECHES AND HYPERDOCUMENTS: WHAT ARE THE METHODOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES?
10. Hypertext, an Intellectual Technology in the Era of Complexity, Jean Clément.
11. A Brief History of Software Resources for Qualitative Analysis, Christophe Lejeune.
12. Sea Peoples, Island Folk: Hypertext and Societies without Writing, Pierre Maranda.
PART V. HOW DO ICT SUPPORT PLURALISM OF INTERPRETATIONS?
13. Semantic Web and Ontologies, Philippe Laublet.
14. Interrelations between Types of Analysis and Types of Interpretation, Karl M. Van Meter.
15. Pluralism and Plurality of Interpretations, François Daoust and Jules Duchastel.
PART VI. DISTANCE COOPERATION
16. A Communicational and Documentary Theory of ICT, Manuel Zacklad.
17. Knowledge Distributed by ICT: How do Communication Networks Modify Epistemic Networks?, Bernard Conein.
18. Towards New Links between HSS and Computer Science: the CoolDev Project, Grégory Bourguin and Arnaud Lewandowski.
PART VII. TOWARDS RENEWED POLITICAL LIFE AND CITIZENSHIP
19. Electronic Voting and Computer Security, Stéphan Brunessaux.
20. Politicization of Socio-technical Spaces of Collective Cognition: the Practice of Public Wikis, Serge Proulx and Anne Goldenberg.
21. Liaising using a Multi-agent System, Maxime Morge.
PART VIII. IS “SOCIO-INFORMATICS” POSSIBLE?
22. The Interdisciplinary Dialog of Social Informatics, William Turner.
23. Limitations of Computerization of Sciences of Man and Society, Thierry Foucart.
24. The Internet in the Process of Data Collection and Dissemination, Gaël Gueguen and Saïd Yami.


About the Authors


Bernard Reber is a moral and political philosopher, and a research fellow at the CNRS-University Paris Descartes, France. His work centers on pluralist moral assessment of controversial technologies.
Claire Brossaud is a sociologist based in Paris. Her research concerns ICTs and their relations with urban and environmental



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De evaluatie leverde geen verschil met een controlegroep. The implications of these findings and the role of evaluation in determining the educational value of computer-based activities are discussed. Die discussie is niet echt interessant. Slot; Maybe it is more appropriate to ask whether text and hypermedia should be compared at all and instead focus on identifying features of multimedia packages which are pertinent to facilitating performance and learning. Een halve waarheid, en een waarheid die nog is geënt in het traditionele instructional design paradigma (de doelen zijn gegeven, ipv zelf voor verandering vatbaar). [deze annotatie is van 1997]



Collis, B. A., et al. (Eds.) (1996). Children and Computers in School. Erlbaum.

Betty A. Collis University of Twente, The Netherlands Gerald A. Knezek University of North Texas Kwok-Wing Lai University of Otago, New Zealand Keiko T. Miyashita Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan Willem J. Pelgrum Tjeerd Plomp University of Twente, The Netherlands Takashi Sakamoto National Center for University Entrance Examinations, Japan This volume integrates research findings from three multinational studies conducted to examine the impact of children's use of computers in school. Conclusions are drawn from in-depth analyses of trends in more than twenty nations. Its seven authors from four nations were key researchers on these projects. Both a study of and a product of the information age, this work is of prime importance to teachers, teacher educators, and school administrators. Contents: Children in the Information Age. Three Multinational Studies. Information Technology and Children From a Global Perspective. Information Technology and Children from a Classroom Perspective. Information Technology From the Child's Perspective. Reflections. [Ik heb dit boek destijds niet in handen gekregen, dacht ik]



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(p. 228: Many aspects of item definition, including the actual invention of the question to be put to the student, are left to the author's imagination, experience and common sense. As already mentioned, this is one of the most critical phases of test design.)



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Dertouzos, M. (1997). What will be. How the new world of information will change our lives. MIT Press.

Helemaal gelezen (nou ja, passages die hij beter had kunnen schrappen heb ik geskimd). Valt mee en tegen. Valt mee op het punt van relativeren van de hype, en invullen wat wel haalbare technische mogelijkheden zijn. Valt tegen aan de 'menselijke' kant, waar Dertouzos evident niet goed thuis is. Dat is heel duidelijk het geval in het (korte) hoofdstuk over onderwijs, dat teveel utigaat van het idee dat het in het onderwijs gaat om 'leren,' dat IT technologieën te bieden heeft die aan dat leren iets kunnen bijdragen (al hebben we nu nog geen idee wat dat zou zijn). Ontluisterend bijna. Gaat teveel uit van Papert-achtige benaderingen op deelterreinen. Gen begin van een poging te analyseren waar de kernproblemen van het onderwijs liggen, en op welke manier IT daarvoor iets zou kunnen betekenen, terwijl dat toch de benadering is die hij eerder in dit boek nog met kracht van voorbeelden heeft aanbevolen. Geen idee ook over de uitdaging die de toekomstige informatie-maatschapij aan het onderwijs stelt. Over die informatie-maatschappij, waaraan heel het derde en laatste deel van het boek is gewijd, heeft Dertouzos weinig zinnigs in te brnegen: hij geeft oeverlozen beschowuingen die weliswaar de hype weten te vermijden, maar geen begin van een inzicht geven in waar de ontwikkelingen toe leiden. Kennelijk heeft hij in Cambridge Mass. gen kring van sociologen en psychologen om zich heen weten te verzamelen, de antropologen niet te vergeten. Veel sweeping statements over historische ontwikkelingen, die niet zijn onderbouwd of gerefereerd, en meer mythologie dan feitelijkheden betreffen. Referenties zijn in heel het boek uiterst spaarzaam, af en toe namen van onderzoekers en instituten, een heel enkele keer wordt een boek genoemd. Al met al is het een verhelderend boek, al verheldert het een stand van zaken waarvan Dertouzos zich niet bewust is: dat de vooraanstaande laboratoria en adviseurs op ict-gebied in de VS een sterk technologische bias hebben, gepaard aan de wil maar tegelijk ook het onvermogen om de gedrags- en maatschappijwetenschapelijke aspecten in beeld te brengen. Nu ik dat zo opschrijf bedenk ik dat Dertouzos wel zeer veel woordvoerders van de technische kant opvoert, waartoe ik ook Papert reken, maar van de 'andere' kant vrijwel alleen anonieme tegensprekers uit congressen en seminars (m.u.v. Menuhin en Mbeki. (zie ook Scientific American, July 1997).



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Geeft voorbeelden uit 'leading edge research projects from the Knowledge Media Institute at the UK Open University.' .... site contains up-to-date examples of the work through which readers can explore and engage in on-line experimentation: http://kmi.open.ac.uk/knowledgeweb



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Startbijdrage van Alan M. Lesgold: Central questions for research on computers in education. p. 17-38. Lesgold is vorig jaar in een RER-artikel verdergegaan op dit thema. O.a. Jos Beishuizen: UNESCO studies over onderwijs en informatietechnologie. p. 147-160. p. 159: "Meer in het algemeen gesproken lijken de geschetste ontwikeklingen in de vier landen niet erg door wetenschappelijk onderzoek beinvloed te zijn. Men kan zich afvragen of de wetenschap ontwikkelingen kan sturen waarop de technologische vernieuwingen zo'n vaste greep hebben. Het lijkt verstandig om de onderzoekinspanningen te richten op die aspecten van integratie van de computer in het onderwijs die om een concrete ondersteuning vragen: de ontwikkeling van prototypische software en het fundamentele onderzoek." De Corte, E., & Verschaffel, L.: Computers en leren denken. p. 195-206. Er is dus geen bewijs voor een positief verband daartussen, bv. ogv LOGO. De auteurs vinden dat ondanks dat er toch naar zo'n verband verder gezocht moet worden. Van der Linden, W. J.: Computerondersteund toetsen: technische ontwikkelingen en nieuwe toepassingsmogelijkheden. p. 229-238. Heene, J. & Plomp, Tj.: Onderwijs en informatietechnologie: naar een onderzoeksprogrammering. p. 275-300.



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header: There is no good evidence that most uses of computers significantly improve teaching and learning, yet school districts are cutting programs - music, art, physical education - that enrich children’s lives to make room for this dubious nostrum, and the Clinton Administration has embraced the goal of "computers in every classroom" with credulous and costly enthusiasm



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Problem: “In many countries it has been noticeable how students' use of information technology (IT) in education is often sporadic and inconsistent; at odds with the esteemed status that IT is afforded in educational rhetoric and policy. ”



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Uit het abstract: This article examines the systematic design of a Web-based education environment that draws on social, cognitive, and technological resources to improve teaching and learning. This environment, eWeb, is intended to support a wide variety of educational activities in a range of organizational and theoretical contexts over the Internet. The goals and design principles of eWeb are discussed with an emphasis placed on creating applications that promote widespread adoption and new ways of teaching and learning. (tijdschrift aanwezig: RUL FSW Wassenaarseweg)



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Thimbleby, Harold (1999). Smart to be simple. The Times Higher Education Supplement february 12.

“Harold Thimbleby challenges the view that lifelong learning should equip people to cope with an ever more complex world. Harold Thimbleby is professor of computing research, Middlesex University.”
“Each person now consumes more energy, travels faster and is able to consume more information than ever before. If our growth continues unchecked, there will be problems, whether of over-fishing, pollution, war or famine. There are also new opportunities to use technology to communicate and share solutions to problems. People anywhere in the world can now have access to information that can help them, whether they wish to dig wells, make news or be politically active.

All countries need literacy, and in industrial countries there is a growing awareness of the need for technical literacy - being able not just to read and write but to use computers and contribute to the worldwide flow ofinformation. Because of the rate of change, it is no longer sufficient to be made literate once. What we learned as children is no longer sufficient to enable us to participate as adults.

There are powerful arguments for lifelong education. But if we are not careful, we promote the wrong sort of education. There is the education that provides skills to cope with the complex world in which we live. Enthusiasts argue that since education will be provided on computers, we will have to know about computers even to learn. So we will be learning even more, while sales of gadgets to help us learn keep the consumer economy growing.

But there is another sort of education that. imparts skills and attitudes that enable people to make informed choices. Someone who has done mathematics GCSE will have a healthier approach to credit arrangements and taking out loans than someone who has not. Someone who has studied drama can express themselves and make their opinion felt.

These people can change the world in which they live. They are not mindlessly skilled to consume. 'they will understand the issues around digital television, they will understand mortgages, and they will understand. energy conservation and pollution. Critical consumers may not comply with some of the schemes that make the rich richer.

To stay alive in our society we have to earn our living. To do that we have to conform and give ourselves the skills to be employable so that we can consume to five. When we confuse being a good consumer with being a good citizen, we begin to feel it is our responsibility to understand how to consume better.

We apparently need lifelong learning because technology is changing our lives. People who do not know how to use these new technologies are locked out of many jobs, and they are locked out of opportunities to consume gadgets whose very use requires those skills. Adults are supposed to be embarrassed because some children know far more than they do about the gadgets. There are more than 50 million people in the United Kingdom, and almost everyone is going to need a computer at home and another at work or at school. If each is worth £500 there is a market of roughly £50 billion. The information itself will cost extra, and when the technology becomes obsolete there will be another £500 to get from everyone.

Whether individuals actually gain by this may be open to question. What is certain is that companies can make massive profits out of such a large change in society, by selling boxes, laying cables and providing content, including educational materials. But none of the investment will be worthwhile unless everyone is better educated to use the things.

Surely learning how to send email and use the web should not be a lifelong learning issue? Gadgets should be easier to use, so that they do riot take a lifetime to learn. Gadgets are just one symptom of our over-complex society. Another example is the UK tax sys,tem. The recent introduction of self-assessment is one of the many changes in our fastpaced society. lifelong education will help us to fill in tax returns - and whatever else we will have to do in the future. From the conventional point of view, lifelong learning helps us be better members of our society, less likely to fill in our tax returns incorrectly. It is our responsibility to learn to cope.

Another view is that the Inland Revenue could not cope, and they have now had the law changed so that everyone must do the job that they, the experts, could not cope with. Perhaps someone should have said that the tax system was too complex.

The question we should be asking is, are we making ourselves better than other people, or are we making ourselves a better world? If we learn new skills to own and master new technologies, we are merely making ourselves better than other people who do not have such privileges. In fact, we are making the world a worse place for the less well-off. On the other hand, if we see that the technologies we are supposed to understand are things made by other people, then they can be mastered at a much deeper level. Our complex world is our own creation, and we can change it - at least as soon as we decide to. By being more dis criminating in what we consume. we can force manufacturers to produce better goods. We know this from the consumer movement. We got safer products when we demanded them, so we should be able to have simpler and easier to understand products if we want them. Sadly we have been trained that it is our own fault, and therefore our responsibility to get ourselves educated, rather than to get the manufacturers educated. It is hard to see clearly because our whole culture and many of its institutions are caughtup with the same perspective. A simple example: in schools we teach our children how to use calculators. Using calculators is a useful skill. Maybe. On the other hand, it is quite easy to show that most of what we teach about calculators is how to overcome silly problems with the design of the calculators themselves. Try a simple VAT calculation on £100. The Casio MC100 says that 100+17.5% is 121.21212, while the similar-looking Casio SL300LC says 100+17.5% is 117.50. Should not these numbers be the same? Once we are initiated into how calculators work, it is quite hard to see the problems as unnecessary and avoidable - indeed many people learn to avoid using the % key. It seems, at first sight ,that calculators are a fixture of the modem world, and we had just better learn to use them. When I point out that calculators make mistakes I am met with derision. When I point out that calculators from the same manufacturer give different answers to the same problem, I am told that that is all the more reason to know how to use them properly. Only when I point out that almost identical-looking calculators do things very differently do people begin to see that something is slightly wrong.

We should not be learning how to use such things. We should be learning how to recognise and promote excellence, and learning how to recognise and deal with rubbish when we see it. And some people should be learning how to make decent products that work properly - and that may well be their lifelong learning challenge. ”



Smith, A. (1999). Teachers take a cue from Taco. The Times Higher Education Supplement april 2 1999.

“Is the university on its way to technological redundancy? The crowd of contributors to this volume would not have us think so, though they point the way towards a substantial transformation. As is the case when new technology makes its entry into a fresh sphere, it causes all the basic questions to be asked again. What does a university do? What does it teach? Why do people have to gather together to be taught? What,does the process of teaching consist of? What can the new devices do to resolve the deadlocks in the system as traditionally conceived?

The reader will certainly be helped towards his or her own response to such issues. but the book does not really make much headway with them. In fact, its authors infuriatingly shy away from any consideration of the role of the university as an institution through which society forms itself. They look at a variety of experimental and introductory usages of internet and intranet around UK universities and colleges and report on how they work.

The Dearing report argued the importance of adopting suitable strategies for employing communications and information technology, at national and local levels. Moreover. as the number of students grows and as distance learning becomes the necessary means of reaching them all, it becomes increasingly urgent for institutions to work collaboratively and, to use this book's favoured term, "asynchronously", to get the best results for the largest number of students. About a dozen of Dearing's recommendations refer to this. He foresaw considerable cost benefits from information technology, but complained that its full potential in the managing of academic institutions as well as in teaching and research was far from being realised.

This book is a multi-authored collaborative primer on methods and techniques for using IT as a substitute for face-to-face learning. It could well have hem titled De-inventing the Academy. For, using the Dearing report as its starting point, it shows us, in prime jargon-reinforced prose, how to replace many aspects of the university as we know it. The authors accept that the physical and simultaneous presence of students and instructors within campuses is likely to continue and to remain the best means for learning most things. The growing demand for distance-learning however. means that much has to be done to develop new substitutive tools and methods. This applies just as much to research and to university administrations that still rely, wastefully and confusingly, on paper. Marginal increases in efficiency per employee or per student could lead to massive savings.

"We aim to show throughout this book that there is a significant role for asynchronous collaboration within higher education institutions." By this, the authors mean e-mail, the World Wide Web and a variety of other new "groupware" tools and products that are enabling people to work together though not at the same time. Note that video-conferencing, for example, is a synchronous technique and a collaborative one. It does not fit into the category of collaborative asynchronicity, which the book is all about.

The writers, however, implicitly accept that a substantial element of teacher-pupil contact will transfer to electronic means. So profuse are those means, and so proliferating the experiments, that no clear pattern can be found among the many approaches discussed.

Some of thee implications are ominous, and one can detect a certain half-veiled authoritarianism in some of the conclusions, Take the example of the experience of three universities (Keele, Durham and UMIST) in developing groupware usable by all three. They report: "Lecturers must be willing to accept a different, more equal relationship with students .... Social protocols for group behaviour ... will need to be developed. Students need to be motivated to use the technology, for example, by making its use part of the assessed coursework... Existing person-to-person collaboration skills do not necessarily transfer.---It all suggests a new wave of discriminatory pressures on instructors.

Every new way of working requires its own discipline and constraints, collaborative asynchronous teaching more than most. The mechanisation of teaching will prove to be very demanding in this respect, if some of these experiments are anything to go by. Teaching and Coursework on Line (Taco), for example, provides through the web a system for authoring and delivering coursework, until now the most human of pedagogical activities. Lecturers choose from a range of question types and marking schemes and decide on weightings and confidence assessments. They can still add their own comments to their marking and integrate their other (online) teaching materials with the course system. One cn see how, gradually, the adoption of these systems will push live teaching into the background, how institutions will be able to share teachers and teaching materials. Though face-to-face encounters will somehow survive, the whole management of teaching, especially for more mature students, could pass through (perhaps ultimately into) a mechanised mode. I expect people will come to say how much better it is, while real teaching, where it continues to go on, will be castigated as unacceptably old fashioned and, paradoxically, become even more privileged and expensive. We are seeing the beginning of the "elitisation" of hand-made education - and that in an era when people affect to despise élites, demand that they justify themselves upon impossible criteria and deeply envy them.

The idea that the education of young adults should be founded on encounters with cadres of highly trained and strongly motivated intellectuals will die hard. But its erosion has started as surely as the computer swallowed up the printers, the most ancient of craftworkers, in a matter of a single generation, as surely as it downgraded bank-workers and shopkeepers. One might say that higher education is confronting its version of the spinning jenny.

Anthonyy Smith is ppresident, Magdalen College, Oxford.”



Cleary, Alan Cleary, Terry Mayes & Derek Packham (1976). Educational Technology: Implications for Early and Special Education. Wiley. isbn 0471160458

  1. Traditions within educational technology (audio-visual aids - cybernetics - psychology - behaviour modification)
  2. Objectives, needs and target populations
  3. Automated systems: Past and present (Hansel training machine - Hively's visual discrimination apparatus - St. James-Roberts's operant audiometry system - Touch-Tutor - Edison Responsive Environment
  4. System components (stimulus presentation devices - detection of responses - control logic - knowledge of results - monitoring performance)
  5. Computer applications (computer-assisted instruction - computer-managed instruction - interactive television - computers in educational experimentation)
  6. Organising the resources
  7. Prospects (educational technology and the young child - educational technology and compensatory education)
    Despite the great problems of implementation, which performance contracting seems unlikely to solve, we remain hopeful. [Closing sentence of the book, p. 165]



Ellen van Oosten (1996). De ponstypiste en de programmeur: Gender en technologie in de vormgeving van arbeid. Kennis en Methode, XX #1, 38-66.



N. G. de Bruijn (1984). Het Informatica-Stimuleringsplan. Informatie en Informatiebeleid, 5, 9-15. pdf

Prof. dr. N. G. de Bruijn is hoogleraar in de Onderafdeling Wiskunde en Informatica aan de Technische Hogeschool te Eindhoven. Samen met prof. dr. E. M. Uhlenbeck en prof. dr. W. J. M. Levelt stelde hij in 1982 het advies ‘Computers in het Onderwijs’ op.

ICT invoeren? Vanzelfsprekend.



Historie van de automatisering in Nederland. Inventariserende studie als aanzet tot een landelijk historisch documentatiecentrum. NGI.



F.H.W.A. de Brouwer (1993). Informatiekunde voor de basisvorming Uitgeverij Educatief. isbn 9068986619



William W. Brickman & Stanley Lehrer (Eds.) (1966). Automation, education, and human values. New York: School & Society Books. lccc 65-15294 419 pp cloth ex-lib Man, automation, and dignity / Stanley Lehrer -- When men and machines work together / William G. Mather -- Changing technology and changing culture / Arnold B. Barach -- The mixed blessings of automation / George E. Arnstein -- The challenge of automation to education for human Values / Margaret Mead -- Automation : the paradoxes of abundance / Charles R. Bowen -- The humanities in the sixties / Warner G. Rice -- Education for humane living in an age of automation / G. Bruce Dearing -- Education, automation, and humanistic competence / Peter E. Siegle -- The education of the executive as new humanist / C.M.D. Peters -- Some questions concerning humanistic education and automation / Emery F. Bacon -- Technological change, humanistic imperatives, and the tragic sense / Luther H. Harshabarger -- The impact of technology and the sciences on human values / Ralph Wendell Burhoe -- The scholar-educator and automation / William W. Brickman -- Humanistic invention in the post-industrial age / August Heckscher -- Education, technological change, and the new society / Roy C. Buck -- The impact of technology and the need for a dialogue / Lawrence K. William -- Automation and education : reflections on the involvement of government / James A. Donovan, Jr. -- A labor view of the social and educational implications of technological change / Walter L. Davis -- Automation and some neglected aspects of society and education / Luther H. Evans -- Education : the central need of 20th-century America / Hubert H. Humphrey -- The technological revolution and education / Anthony J. Celebrezze -- Automation : boon or bane for education? / Francis Keppel -- Stay-at-home classrooms for space-age adults / Norman D. Kurland -- Education for the world of work / Virgil M. Rogers -- The role of work in the socialization of the adolescent / Dale B. Harris -- Training 1974 : the revolution in learning / John W. Ball, Donald J. Lloyd, & Albert J. Croft -- Free time : the new imperative in our society / Donald N. Michael -- Work, leisure, and education / William W. Brickman -- Technological change and health / John Mac Iver -- Automation, education, and creativity / Stanley Foster Reed -- Technological culture, the university, and the function of religious faith / Myron B. Bloy Jr. -- Conclusion : And see it whole / Maxwell H. Goldberg -- Appendix : Points of view.




Sean Coughlan (15 september 2015). Computers 'do not improve' pupil results, says OECD BBC News webpage




Paul A. Kirschner (20 October 2015). The disturbing facts about digital natives. blog




Rose Luckin, Wayne Holmes [UCL Knowledge Lab, University College London], Mark Griffiths & Laurie B. Forcier [Pearson] (2016). Intelligence unleashed. An argument for AI in education. Pearson pdf


Pearson propaganda?



By Pedro De Bruyckere, Paul A. Kirschner, Casper D. Hulshof Technology in Education. What Teachers Should Know. aft.org webpage




Natasha Bita (March 26, 2016). Computers in class ‘a scandalous waste’: Sydney Grammar head. The Australian, National Affairs page




Aaron Swartz (). The boy who could change the world. The writings of Aaron Swartz. Verso.




Chris Armour, Stephen D. Schneid & Katharina Brandl (2016). Writing on the board as students’ preferred teaching modality in a physiology course. Adv Physiol Educ 40: 229–233, 2016; doi:10.1152/advan.00130.2015. pdf




The Impact of Computer Usage on Academic Performance: Evidence from a Randomized Trial at the United States Military Academy. Susan Payne Carter, Kyle Greenberg, Michael Walker (May 2016). Working Paper #2016.02 SEII School Effectiveness & Inequality Initiative. pdf




The Economist Intelligence Unit (2016). THE QUEST FOR DIGITAL SKILLS pdf




Daniel Willingham (May 2016). Ed tech purchasing decisions. post




Edward Mendelson (June 23, 2016 issue). In the Depths of the Digital Age. The New York Review of Books page




Nicholas Kardaras (Aug. 31, 2016). Screens In Schools Are a $60 Billion Hoax. blog




Tomi Dufva & Mikko Dufva (2016). Metaphors of code - Structuring and broadening the discussion on teaching children to code. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 22, 97-110. free access




Innovating Education and Educating for Innovation. The Power of Digital Technologies and Skills. Available from September 26, 2016 read online




Neil Selwyn (2016). Teachers vs. technology. Rethinking the digitisation of teachers' work. pdf




The Impact of Computer Usage on Academic Performance: Evidence from a Randomized Trial at the United States Military Academy Susan Payne Carter Kyle Greenberg Michael Walker 2016 working paper




Tara Ehrke : The Hidden Agenda Behind 21st Century Learning. Public-private partnership is strangling our education system. Sep 30, 2015 Psychology Today web


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Tara Ehrke: 21st Century Learning Inc. web




Ben Williamson (March 23, 2017). Imaginaries and materialities of education data science. [This is a talk I presented at the Nordic Educational Research Association conference at Aalborg University, Copenhagen, on 23 March 2017.] blog




Paul A. Kirschner (2017). Do we need teachers as designers of technology enhanced learning? Instr Sci (2015) 43:309–322 DOI 10.1007/s11251-015-9346-9 open access


Introduction to thematic issue



Review of computer-based assessment for learningin elementary and secondary education V.J. Shute & S. Rahimi Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (2017), 33,1–19 1doi: 10.1111/jcal.12172Review article open access




Students are Better Off without a Laptop in the Classroom. What do you think they’ll actually use it for? By Cindi May on July 11, 2017/ Scientific American blog




Digital Childhood. Addressing Childhood Development Milestones in the Digital Environment. Baroness Beeban Kidron, Founder 5Rights & Dr. Angharad Rudkin, University of Southampton. With contributions from: Prof. Miranda Wolpert, Anna Freud Centre/UCL, Prof. Joanna Adler, Middlesex University London, Dr. Andrew K. Przybylski, University of Oxford, Dr. Elvira Perez Vallejos, University of Nottingham, Dr. Henrietta Bowden-Jones, Imperial College London, Dr. Joshua J. Chauvin, Mindstrong Health, Dr. Kathryn L. Mills, University of Oregon, Prof. Marina Jirotka, University of Oxford, Dr. Julian Childs, Anna Freud Centre/UCL pdf








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