Monthly Archives: February 2012

Teachers’ Perspectives on Learning Technology

The Media Awareness Network (MNet) recently released the third part of its report, Young People in a Wired World. Phase III focuses on how teachers see the situation, and includes their perception of the state of affairs and ways to … Continue reading

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Bursting the K-12 Bubble

So much has been written over the past two decades about how to put technology at the centre of learning, yet after all of these years not much has changed. Despite the breathtaking change in the social context of the … Continue reading

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Freedom to Read Pathfinder

Freedom to Read Week is February 26 to March 3, 2012 Libraries play a critical role in defending the freedom to read. Defending intellectual freedom is one of the foundations of librarianship. “Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion … Continue reading

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