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Literat, Ioana; Kligler-Vilenchik, Neta – Learning, Media and Technology, 2018
Based on an in-depth qualitative content analysis of post-election discourse in three online creative communities (Scratch, Archive of Our Own, and hitRECord), we examine the significance of youth political expression in non-political online spaces, and its implications for civic education. We find that these spaces offer a valuable window into…
Descriptors: Politics, Self Expression, Citizenship Education, Youth
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DeCook, Julia R. – Learning, Media and Technology, 2018
As a social media platform, Instagram has a strong influence on youth culture, identity, and perceptions of the world, with the application serving not only for youth to follow accounts that are aspirational but also for entertainment and identity building through memes. Meme accounts that are explicitly conservative and that espouse white…
Descriptors: Visual Aids, Violence, Propaganda, Identification (Psychology)
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Valdivia, Andrea – Learning, Media and Technology, 2017
This article accounts for an experience of digital storytelling workshops with indigenous adolescents in Chile, and proposes a theoretical and methodological approach to analyze digital creations with a dialogic and ethnographic point of view. Based on this, it discusses the possibilities of digital media production as a strategy for the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Story Telling, Workshops, Technology Uses in Education
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Eynon, Rebecca; Geniets, Anne – Learning, Media and Technology, 2016
Digital skills are an important aspect of ensuring that all young people are digitally included. Yet, there tends to be an assumption in popular discourse that young people can simply learn these skills by themselves. While experience of technologies forms an important part of the learning process, other resources (i.e., access to technology and…
Descriptors: Skill Development, Information Literacy, Internet, Influence of Technology
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Bolldén, Karin – Learning, Media and Technology, 2016
The aim of this article was to analyse relations between online teaching practices and their virtual material arrangements. Two higher education online settings were studied using an online ethnographic approach in which observation of the teaching process was of central importance. The first setting was a course in education carried out on…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Teaching Methods, Technological Advancement, Higher Education
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Moe, Rolin – Learning, Media and Technology, 2015
Despite a rise in awareness and production of open education resources (OER) over the past decade, mainstream media outlets continue to define open in economic terms of consumer cost and not in theoretical terms of remix or appropriation. This period in the "open access" debate has coincided with a proliferation of free-of-charge video…
Descriptors: Open Education, Educational Research, Shared Resources and Services, Open Source Technology
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Hinostroza, J. Enrique; Matamala, Carolina; Labbé, Christian; Claro, Magdalena; Cabello, Tania – Learning, Media and Technology, 2015
This paper presents the results of an analysis of secondary students' computer use, aimed at understanding how different factors influence the profile of activities carried out by students with computers. The analysis is based on the data from a national study aimed at measuring students' Information and Communication Technology (ICT) skills for…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary School Students, Computer Use, Internet
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Thibaut, Patricia; Curwood, Jen Scott; Carvalho, Lucila; Simpson, Alyson – Learning, Media and Technology, 2015
With the introduction of digital tools and online connectivity in primary schools, the shape of teaching and learning is shifting beyond the physical classroom. Drawing on the architecture of productive learning networks framework, we examine the affordances and limitations of an upper primary learning network and focus on how the digital and…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Teaching Methods
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de Haan, Mariette; Leander, Kevin; Ünlüsoy, Asli; Prinsen, Fleur – Learning, Media and Technology, 2014
New infrastructures that dramatically change our possibilities for knowledge production and learning have also brought forward ideals on "new" connectivity. Two important ideals of connectivity are that of the individual who tailors his or her knowledge among expansively dispersed resources, and the ideal of access to multiple, diverse…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Network Analysis, Qualitative Research, Discourse Analysis
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Beckman, Karley; Bennett, Sue; Lockyer, Lori – Learning, Media and Technology, 2014
Despite significant research in the field of educational technology, there is still much we do not fully understand about students' experiences with technology. This article proposes that research in the field of educational technology would benefit from a sociological framing that pays attention to the understandings and lives of learners. Within…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Secondary School Students
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Richardson, John M. – Learning, Media and Technology, 2014
During a series of high school English and Drama class trips to the theatre, so many students were online, the entire back row often glowed blue. Although much of the literature suggests that information and communication technologies are benign and neutral, this back-row collision of digital and live culture signals to teachers that technology is…
Descriptors: Telecommunications, Handheld Devices, Adolescents, High School Students
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Wright, Fiona; White, David; Hirst, Tony; Cann, Alan – Learning, Media and Technology, 2014
The Visitors and Residents model of internet use suggests a continuum of modes of engagement with the online world, ranging from tool use to social spaces. In this paper, we examine evidence derived from a large cohort of students to assess whether this idea can be validated by experimental evidence. We find statistically significant differences…
Descriptors: Internet, Student Attitudes, Social Networks, Models
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Turner, Jacob Stephen; Croucher, Stephen Michael – Learning, Media and Technology, 2014
The current study uses survey methods to understand how US college students' use of various types of social media, such as social networking websites and text messaging on smart phones, as well as consumption of traditional media, such as watching television and reading books for pleasure, is (or is not) related to intellectual cognitive…
Descriptors: Correlation, College Students, Grade Point Average, Student Surveys
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Nikken, Peter; Jansz, Jeroen – Learning, Media and Technology, 2014
With children using digital media at ever younger ages, media-education becomes a pressing issue for parents. As there is hardly any research on how parents guide the online activities of toddlers and young children an internet-survey was held among 792 Dutch parents of children aged between 2 and 12 years. Factor analysis revealed that for the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Online Surveys, Parents, Young Children
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Enriquez, Judith – Learning, Media and Technology, 2013
The mobile learning literature, particularly studies that focus on interaction or context, has the tendency to be top-down and highly scripted. Mobility is designed into learning scenarios and spaces. In this article, I proposed a practice perspective for research as an alternative starting point to "set in motion" all modes of learning…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Telecommunications, Technology Uses in Education, Handheld Devices
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