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2016: Volume 32, No. 2

SPECIAL ISSUE: Revealing Mutually Constitutive Ties between the Information and Learning Sciences

Guest Editors: June Ahn and Ingrid Erickson


Introduction to the Special Issue "Revealing Mutually Constitutive Ties between the Information and Learning Sciences"
June Ahn and Ingrid Erickson


Learning Consumption: Media, Literacy, and the Legacy of One Laptop per Child
Morgan G. Ames [Abstract]

Connected learning in and after school: Exploring technology's role in the learning experiences of diverse high school students
Katie Davis and Sean Fullerton [Abstract]

Transcending Conventional Credentialing and Assessment Paradigms With Information-Rich Digital Badges
Carla Casilli and Daniel Hickey [Abstract]

Crowdsourcing the Curriculum: Redefining E-Learning Practices through Peer-Generated Approaches
Drew Paulin and Caroline Haythornthwaite [Abstract]

Student Privacy in Learning Analytics: An Information Ethics Perspective
Alan Rubel and Kyle M. L. Jones [Abstract]


Public Access ICT across Cultures: Diversifying Participation in the Network Society edited by Francisco J. Proenza. Cambridge, MA; London: The MIT Press, 2015. 476 pp. ISBN 9780262527378 (paper).
Tin-yuet Ting

Memes in Digital Culture by Limor Shifman. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2014 x +200 pp. $15.95; £10.95; € 14,89 paperback. ISBN 9780262525435 (paperback).
Christopher Lehman, Nicholas J. Rowland, and Jeffrey A. Knapp




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