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Derrick, Jay – Adults Learning, 2011
The nature of teaching as a profession has been the subject of intense debate for many years, driven by the developments in digital technology, both in terms of the technology people use in everyday life and work (such as mobile phones, Facebook, the internet etc) and the technology now available to support teaching and learning (again, mobile…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Attitudes, Cultural Pluralism, Internet
Bosley, Sara – Adults Learning, 2011
Everyone knows that lack of internet access can reinforce the social and economic disadvantages already facing some older people. Recognising the divisive nature of digital exclusion, the government has invested 2.8 million British Pounds in Get Digital, a project that will enable sheltered housing residents to develop computer and internet…
Descriptors: Focus Groups, Computers, Housing, Educational Technology
Thomson, Rachel – Adults Learning, 2009
A month ago, a French court ruled that internet access is a basic human right. Gordon Brown has said it is as crucial for people as electricity and water. Yet, 17 million Britons are still excluded from digital technology and an estimated 13 per cent of the population--some six million people--are both socially and digitally excluded. There are…
Descriptors: Adult Learning, Telecommunications, Media Literacy, Internet