Companies like Google and Facebook can seem like out-of-control Goliaths, but it is each and all of us that have made them like that. After all, if they were pointless and useless, no one would use them. Thinking about current issues of Google and Facebook, like paying taxes, legislation to protect our (suddenly) valuable and awesome data and vital privacy… Read more →
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WebTeach began life as a higher education and technology blog with views about technology provision, use, and landscapes of that community. It has now morphed into think pieces on digital content, literacies and networks in learning societies.