Literature Review in Citizenship, Technology and Learning

Abstract : Taking on both how ICT can be used to support citizenship education and how citizenship education needs to reflect changes in technology use in the workplace and day to day life, this publication summarises both theoretical and empirical research evidence in the field. It examines possible roles for ICT in engendering discussion, as a source of information, as a means of producing materials, and for enabling whole school activities on citizenship.
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Neil Selwyn. Literature Review in Citizenship, Technology and Learning. 2002. ⟨hal-00190497⟩

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