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Digital resources in education

Ubiquity, Volume 2002 Issue June, June 18, 2002 | BY Arun Kumar Tripathi 

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How does technology change learning and teaching in formal and informal education?


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Hello I am looking for Digital Resources for a Virtual School. Specifically, for grades K-12 special education students and for all subjects. Resources and supplemental materials to meet the needs of all students virtually.

��� Suzanne, Sun, 25 Feb 2018 16:00:57 UTC

Tripathiji, I agree with you when you say that technology alone will not change the education, we need people to make use of the technology properly for the benefit of society. I am engaged in designing open educational resources for schools and finding it hard to get people who can understand the potential as well as limitations of the media. Sudhakar Agarkar Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education Mumbai, 400088 INDIA

��� Prof. Sudhakar C Agarkar, Mon, 23 Jan 2012 05:44:16 UTC

hello,actually we may focus on types of digital resources used in education and also state out some diffrences between other countries...thats all...thanks for lending your ears...

��� bhairavi, Thu, 19 May 2011 04:35:54 UTC

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