Stephen has kindly taken time and responded to my rather pithy comments on his post from August 11th. Below I’m reproducing his responses to my initial comments – originally available here, with my comments in bold sans-serif beneath. Stephen I’ve actually spent quite a bit of time with Facebook, not just a user but also as a developer, working with 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.