Virtual Social Networks: Mediated, Massive and Multiplayer by N. Panteli

By N. Panteli

As expertise alterations, so too have its functions and our makes use of and studies with them have replaced to boot. The emergence of recent applied sciences provide possibilities for brand spanking new methods of interacting, enjoying, operating and studying. it's in the context of simultaneous pleasure and nervousness that the author discusses digital social networks.

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By N. Panteli

As expertise alterations, so too have its functions and our makes use of and studies with them have replaced to boot. The emergence of recent applied sciences provide possibilities for brand spanking new methods of interacting, enjoying, operating and studying. it's in the context of simultaneous pleasure and nervousness that the author discusses digital social networks.

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This suggests that users are searching for information horizontally rather than vertically. Quite clearly, the gathering of multiple sources of information allows knowledge to be broadened but it doesn’t act as a substitute for analysing and developing the critical skills to assess the information. Bauerlein (2007) and Jackson (2008) alert us to a hidden danger of multitasking that is facilitated by emerging Internet technologies. They argue that these technologies are creating a ‘culture of distraction’ in which users are finding it increasingly difficult to sustain concentration levels as they have the capacity to assimilate information much faster and from multiple sources of information.

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If we go back to Christensen’s notion of disruptive technologies, and in particular think about how certain innovations gradually permeate through existing systems and processes interlinked with the technology, it helps us to contextualize the impact that emerging Internet technologies are having on teaching and learning. Prensky (2001) alerts us to the disruptive potential of emerging Internet technologies vis-à-vis the current generation of students. He argues that this group constitutes the first generation of students to grow up with the Internet, and they will have spent their entire lives exposed to computers, videogames, digital music players, video cams, and mobile phones.

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