The Net Generation in Innovate

The current issue of Innovate (April/May 2007) is now available online – you need to register (for free) to access the articles.
The entire issue focuses on the Net Generation and examines how educators and educational systems can respond to the challenge and leverage the opportunity.
Looks like a great selection of articles to read over the Easter break with topics ranging from the learning styles and preferences; social networking and children’s responsible use of technology; differences and similarities between traditional and non-traditional students in regards to attitudes about learning; Web2.0 discussions that address the learner as both a producer and consumer of information; and Stephen Downes reflects on the Net Generation and uses of Google as a changing approach to traditional forms of media.

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