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Hugh Weldon wrote: [ . . . ]
My feeling remains that learning technologies are being very over-hyped. Or more cynically, it's fine if you want to prepare them for a working life of staring into screens. And it seems to be largely about information retrieval, not thinking.
It's good reading something from an experienced pro in the field.
Martin Owen wrote:Firstly, Carr's book is pure unsubstantiated hokum. . . ..
for every anecdote Pete cares to give I can probably give a counter one.
Secondly for every anecdote Pete cares to give I can probably give a counter one.
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