Technology and Education

Teaching in buildings, using paper and pencil, reading printed books all involve technologies and education. Moving into digital environments, writing e-mail, reading online texts all combine other technologies with education. This section looks at the interweaving of technologies with education in many different contexts.


Bibliographical Information

Hilton, Alice Mary - The Evolving Society: the Proceedings of the first annual Conference on the Cybercultural Revolution--Cybernetics and Automation. Conference on the Cybercultural Revolution 1964; New York: Institute for Cybercultural Research, 1966.

Torkelson, Gerald M., and Emily A. Torkelson. How Mechanized Should the Classroom Be? NEA Journal 56 (March 1967): 28-30.

Witt, Paul W. F., ed. Technology and the Curriculum. Teachers College, Columbia University, 1968.


Advancing Education Through Digital Technology: Textchat, Video-Conferencing, and Hypertext --

Blinder, Alan S. and Richard E. Quandt, The Computer and the Economy --

Chickering, Arthur W. and Stephen C. Ehrmann, Implementing the Seven Principles: Technology as Lever --

Computers and the Classroom: The Status of Technology in U.S. Schools --

Ebersole, Samuel, Media Determinism in Cyberspace --

Education and Technology: Future Visions --

Educational Technology - Computer Mediated Technology -- - Educational Technologies --

Education via Advanced Technologies --

Fallows, James, Computers Navigating the Galaxies --

Fallows, James, The Java Theory --

Farrington, George C., Learning is Not Downloading, But Download We Must --

Herman Hesse and Glass Bead Game Design --

Information and Tertiary Education in New Zealand --

International Forum of Education Technology & Society --

Information Technology and Education --

LIT, Literature Initative in Technology --

LTDI: Learnig Technology Dissemination Initiative --

National Education Association - Focus on Technology --

Plugged In --

Santa Fe Institute --

Summit on Technology in Liberal Arts Colleges --

Teaching and Technology --

Teaching With Electronic Technology --

The Technology Page - Education and Technology --

U.S. Department of Energy - Technology Supported Learning --

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