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Solway, David – Academic Questions, 2011
This author asserts that the problem of reading among today's twittering, digital-minded, and half-literate generation of students cannot be solved by the vaunted hypertext revolution in screenal reading practices as advocated in contrived and facile efforts like George Landow's influential "Hypertext: The Convergence of Contemporary Critical…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Hypermedia, Internet, Information Networks
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Dippold, Doris – ReCALL, 2009
Recent years have seen the emergence of Web2.0, in which users are not only passive recipients of the featured content, but actively engaged in constructing it. Sites such as "Facebook" and "Myspace" are typical examples of this, as are blogs that allow users to present themselves online, to write about their daily lives or even to establish…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Computer Mediated Communication, Focus Groups, Learning Processes