Laurence Craven of the American University of Sharjah, UAE, discusses the advantages and the potential issues of substituting technology for paper in the classroom.
Dr Amanda Third sheds light on her research into the impact new technologies are having on children, discussing the challenges societies face as children are exposed to these technologies.
James York on the virtual language learning environment that he created in the world of Minecraft for students of Japanese as part of his PhD research.
Wiktor Pastucha & Aleksandra Spychalska look at the extreme ways in which Islamic State uses modern communication technologies to promote its propaganda and facilitate its plans of genocide.
Professor Craig Sower argues that developers’ planned data collection Panopticon is another reason why parents, teachers, and citizens should oppose the Common Core State Standards Initiative (CCSSI).