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From instruction to construction: learning in the information age

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Title: From instruction to construction: learning in the information age
Authors: Harada, Violet H.
Issue Date: 2003
Abstract: Technology permeates all aspects of our lives and evolves at a pace that is at once terrifying and exciting. Internet attracts one million new net users a month. The number of components on a silicon chip doubles approximately every eighteen months while processing speed doubles every year. Computers themselves continue to shrink in size, replacing pencils and paper notebooks at many work sites (Craver, 1994; Pappas, 1996).
Pages/Duration: 13
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/40190
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