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CODEC BOOK CLUB: How We Think by Katherine Hayles

Reblogging from the CODEC blog, posted earlier today: This week the CODEC team focused upon the third chapter of Katherine Hayle’s How We Think: Digital Media and Contemporary Technogenesis (University of Chicago Press, 2012). The third chapter focuses upon ‘How We Read: Close, Hyper, Machine’, and certainly gave us lots to chew on. Initial comments were that we liked what was written, but found the emphasis on all the negative reports about digital as frustrating.…

‘Learnism’ in the Classroom?

Some really really interesting comments already on the Times Higher website for this piece: It might seem perverse to suggest that students should not attend and participate in class. But surveillance is an insidious trend intended largely to make them conform to behavioural expectations rather than develop them academically. This approach has been described by Leonard Holmes, reader in management at the University of Roehampton, as "learnerism". At the heart of the discourse, which also underpins…

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Books 2020: Raising Children in a Digital Age, Lion Hudson (2nd Edition) September 2017 "Keep Calm and Carry On: The Truth Behind the Poster', Imperial War Museum February 2014: "Raising Children in a Digital Age: Enjoying the Best, Avoiding the Worst", Lion Hudson Book Chapters 2020: 'Technology: Friend or Foe', in Humans, edited by Bryony Taylor, published by Darton, Longman and Todd 2018: 'Digital Culture', for Pastoral Challenges and Concerns: A Christian Handbook for Leaders, edited by Brendan Geary and Jocelyn Bryan,…
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