Teaching with Multimedia, Volume 1: Pedagogy in the Websphere (Paperback)Roxanne O'Connell (editor)
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Today's teaching environment is one of constantly shifting technologies-some distracting, some truly helpful, all requiring significant investments in time and money. And just when you think you've got it all working for you, it changes again. This volume is a collection of twelve essays that bring curiosity, scepticism, experience and imagination into the pedagogy/technology debate in a way that guides and inspires. From the start, the first of the two-volume set focuses on: Examining what benefits and pitfalls new digital technologies offer the 21st century learning environment; incorporating digital and web technologies into the way we teach; and outlining the challenges these new media present in terms of emerging copyright issues, new remix forms, and the impact of game theory and technology on learning.
The book brings together teachers who are currently pioneering new ways to teach in the midst of the multimedia frontier. They are intimately aware that the rate of change in the digital universe is always several steps faster than we'd like-but it is the universe in which we live, teach, and learning. Teaching with Multimedia is an inspiring companion for anyone trying to keep up.
Publisher: Hampton Press
Number of pages: 252
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
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