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Vol 23, No 2 (2018): Digital Learning: Critical perspectives and lifelong learnings

Table of Contents

Editorial

An issue of terminology: What is digital learning anyway? PDF
Dianne Forbes

Open and tertiary learning: Expanding spaces for student agency

MOOCs as ‘chemical attractants’ PDF
Andrew Parsons, Iain Barr
Examining the need for culturally responsive digital learning PDF
Heather Vail
Loss management and agency: Undergraduate students’ online psychological processing of lower-than-expected assessment feedback PDF
Natilene Bowker

School-based digital learning: Cross-curricula computational thinking

Using Scratch to facilitate mathematical thinking PDF
Nigel Calder
Connecting Digital Technology and learners for the future: The implications of a revised Technology Curriculum in New Zealand. PDF
Elizabeth Reinsfield
Introducing Digital Technologies to the New Zealand Curriculum PDF
Jan-Marie Kellow

Book Review

Book review (E-learning ecologies: Principles for new learning and assessment, by Cope & Kalatzis) PDF
Alistair Lamb


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