Designing for Social Justice: People, Technology, Learning

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The best way to ensure that learners from all sectors of society have real access, without barriers, to a technology-enhanced education is to involve them in the design of educational technologies, suggests a new report from Futurelab. The report raises fundamental questions about who is best placed to make decisions in the design process and questions whether current technologies for learning are meeting the needs of all learners. The report also explores the role that digital technologies can play in reducing inequality in education. Folder: Leadership Briefings Issue 3.10 (34)

DATE: 30/10/2008
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