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Strengthening and weakening boundaries: Students negotiating technology mediated learning

Czerniewicz, Laura; Brown, Cheryl

Abstract:
This chapter presents the findings of a South African study of students’ ICT-mediated learning, and offers a framework for describing and exploring the contradictions and paradoxes that were observed. This provides a way of capturing ambiguities and allows for two seemingly opposite trends to be occurring concurrently.

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Chapter Title: Strengthening and weakening boundaries: Students negotiating technology mediated learning
Book Title: Changing Cultures in Higher Education - Moving Ahead to Future Learning
Edited by: Ehlers, U-D.& Schneckenberg, D
City: Berlin
Publisher: Springer
No. of Pages: 285-298


Date:2010
Document Type:Chapter in Book (Not Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Teaching and Learning
Country:South Africa
Keywords:Student Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, ICT (Information & Communication Technology), South Africa


File Size:159 KB
Rights:Author
Additional information:Preprint
Date Added:24 February 2011


Czerniewicz, Laura; Brown, Cheryl (2010). Strengthening and weakening boundaries: Students negotiating technology mediated learning