Monthly Archives: January 2016

Selfe: Parenting the Technological Generation and Beyond

While reading about the Role of Parents in Selfe’s book, I was struck by a quoted comment made by editor-in-chief, Ron Kobler. He headed the magazine Computing for Kids. He said, “No matter what you personally know about computers, you … Continue reading

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Technology and Face-to-Face Communication

Emily Drago conducted a study at Elon University over the effect of technology on face-to-face communication.  What’s interesting is the fact that even young people, who use technology frequently, have a lot of concerns about how technology is affecting their … Continue reading

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Selfe: Government and Education

In the government section of part two, I only wish to point out a quote that I found bothersome. “…the technologies to create, manipulate, manage, and use information are of strategic importance…” (p.52) What is so wrong with this sentence? … Continue reading

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