Born Digital? Pedagogy and computer assisted learning

Emerald Group Publishing
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Journal of Education and Training, 2009, 51 (5/6), pp. 395 - 407
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The purpose of this article is to examine the impact of the shift to a knowledge society, where information and communication technology (ICT) and the widening spread of internationally distributed information are creating a âskill revolutionâ , as O'Hara suggests, there is a widening culture mismatch between what members of the knowledge society need to succeed and what current systems of higher education are geared to offer and to adequately prepare people and communities to thrive in the global knowledge society.
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