Utopic and Distopic Technology-Enhanced Learning Metaphors: #EdcMooc Digital Artefact

    1. The classification is based on Johnston’s metaphors of the internet  (Johnston , R 2009) 
    2. A visual Introduction

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2 Responses to Utopic and Distopic Technology-Enhanced Learning Metaphors: #EdcMooc Digital Artefact

  1. elenizazani says:

    To view the original story in Storify please visit http://storify.com/EleniZazani/utopic-and-distopic-technology-enhanced-learning-m

    Disclaimer:All the images and tweets are linked and not stored on the blog or on the Storify.

  2. Jeremy Knox says:

    Interesting artefact Eleni, I like the way you have categorised these texts, and the conclusions you have drawn. Metaphors are certainly powerful, and often obscure the complexities of a situation – I like your inclusion of the challenges of digital literacy in this respect. Your artefact reminds me how important it is as educators and researchers that we foreground the complexities, contingencies and challenges of technology – we are always in the midst of multifaceted events which metaphors can only reduce.

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