Generational Reactions to Technology?

I’m no great believer in the idea that people are limited/automatically skilled by age… but it is about age/learning/what you are exposed to. CODEC have purchased a set of Google Glass, so I was interested to see this video, as I’ll suspect I’ll react quite similarly as I try and get used to it (as Pete did in #MediaLit14) – and these guys raise some great questions about the why/how: and for a bit of Continue Reading →

"Educators should not assume that all young people are old hands online…"

Oh yes, have observed this first-hand, and tried to get this across in my book too: This is something that teaching staff on campus seldom realise, Professor Junco said. “If we keep in mind that not all students have the same level of skill and facility with new technologies, then we behave in ways as educators that help level the playing field,” he said. “One way this could play out is, if a student says Continue Reading →