Friday, December 02, 2011

Barry Fishman discusses digital technology and education in CQ Researcher

Tags: digital signage, fishman, technology

The December 2, 2011, issue of CQ Researcher focuses on digital technology in K-12 education. Barry Fishman contributes to the lengthy article on several aspects of the topic, including what can be learned from video games (Why do people work so hard at video games? How can these incentives be applied to education?); the wisdom of schools adopting different kinds of technology; the use of cell phones and GPS devices; and the value of human interaction in education.

The issue is available from the publisher's website for purchase or for those with a subscription. Members of the university community may access the issue without charge through the library's Mirlyn catalog.

Barry Fishman is associate professor, School of Education;  and associate professor, School of Information.

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