Posts tagged technology
Digital literacy means not rote learning but experimentation, process, creativity, not just technology but multimedia imagination, expression—and principles too. It means learning why we don’t have to just be consumers of technology but also active participants in its flourishing.
Cathy Davidson, “How Digital Humanists Can Lead Us to National Digital Literacy” (on HASTAC)
If this is a revolutionary announcement about reshaping textbooks and educational content, we must ask revolutionary for whom? For wealthy schools? For students who have iPads at home and parents willing to pay out of pocket for supplementary textbook materials? For publishers?
Audrey Watters on iBooks author, quoted in “Campus Reactions to Apple’s Entry Into E-Textbook Market” on the Chronicle’s website