By Thomas Ryberg, Christine Sinclair, Sian Bayne, Maarten de Laat
This ebook offers state of the art, peer reviewed study on networked studying geared up by way of 3 issues: coverage in networked studying, getting to know networked studying, and limits in networked studying. The "policy in networked studying" part explores networked studying on the subject of coverage networks, areas of algorithmic governance and extra. The "boundaries in networked studying" part investigates frameworks of scholars' electronic literacy practices, between different vital frameworks in electronic studying. finally, the "research in networked studying" part delves into new learn equipment within the field.
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5 million words of UK policy. ‘Use’ was one of the top word count frequencies, appearing 8131 times in the whole corpus. I chose to focus on these 8131 instances of ‘use’ to examine more closely the way that ‘technology’ and other words cluster around ‘use’. ‘Technology’ appeared 6079 times, ‘the use of’ 1770 times and ‘use of technology’ 350 times. Below in Fig. 1 a few lines of text show a small section of a pattern that was often repeated, with ‘effective use of’ actually appearing 185 times.
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Research, Boundaries, and Policy in Networked Learning by Thomas Ryberg, Christine Sinclair, Sian Bayne, Maarten de Laat