Free eBook Ubiquitous Learning download
by Bill Cope,Mary Kalantzis
Author: Bill Cope,Mary Kalantzis
Publisher: University of Illinois Press; 1st edition (December 7, 2009)
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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As new media empower practically anyone to produce and disseminate knowledge, learning can now occur at any time and any place. Give a Bookmate subscription →. About Bookmate.
Pub Date: February 2009. The contributors move well beyond the speculative to afford readers a rich range of substantive definitions and concrete examples of ubiquitous learning. -Michele Knobel, coauthor of New Literacies: Changing Knowledge and Classroom Learning.
University of Illinois press, 2010.
Professor, Education Policy, Organization and Leadership, University of Illinois. University of Illinois press, 2010.
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Literacies Mary Kalantzis and Bill Cope. Cambridge university press
Literacies Mary Kalantzis and Bill Cope. Cambridge university press. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, So Paulo, Delhi, Mexico City Cambridge University Press 477 Williamstown Road, Port Melbourne, VIC 3207, Australia Published in the United States of America by Cambridge University Press, New York ww. ambridge. org Information on this title: ww. In fact, it is the contention of this book that literacy learning will increasingly need to focus on enabling these kinds of people, people who are able to move.
Published by: University of Illinois Press. As new media empower practically anyone to produce and disseminate knowledge, learning can now occur at any time and any place.
Personal Name: Kalantzis, Mary
The beginnings of an idea, Mary Kalantzis, Bill Cope Ubiquitous learning: an agenda for educational transformation, Bill Cope, Mary Kalantzis Meanings of "ubiquitous learning", Nicholas C. Burbules Ubiquitous learning, ubiquitous computing, and lived experience, Bertram C. Bruce Participatory transformations, Caroline Haythornthwaite Ubiquitous media and the revival of participatory culture, Jack Brighton Notes toward a political economy of ubiquitous learning, Michael A. Peters From. Personal Name: Kalantzis, Mary. Location: IU Oak Street Facility 30112097136912 1.
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This collection seeks to define the emerging field of "ubiquitous learning," an educational paradigm made possible in part by the omnipresence of digital media, supporting new modes of knowledge creation, communication, and access. As new media empower practically anyone to produce and disseminate knowledge, learning can now occur at any time and any place. The essays in this volume present key concepts, contextual factors, and current practices in this new field.
Contributors are Simon J. Appleford, Patrick Berry, Jack Brighton, Bertram C. Bruce, Amber Buck, Nicholas C. Burbules, Orville Vernon Burton, Timothy Cash, Bill Cope, Alan Craig, Lisa Bouillion Diaz, Elizabeth M. Delacruz, Steve Downey, Guy Garnett, Steven E. Gump, Gail E. Hawisher, Caroline Haythornthwaite, Cory Holding, Wenhao David Huang, Eric Jakobsson, Tristan E. Johnson, Mary Kalantzis, Samuel Kamin, Karrie G. Karahalios, Joycelyn Landrum-Brown, Hannah Lee, Faye L. Lesht, Maria Lovett, Cheryl McFadden, Robert E. McGrath, James D. Myers, Christa Olson, James Onderdonk, Michael A. Peters, Evangeline S. Pianfetti, Paul Prior, Fazal Rizvi, Mei-Li Shih, Janine Solberg, Joseph Squier, Kona Taylor, Sharon Tettegah, Michael Twidale, Edee Norman Wiziecki, and Hanna Zhong.