Herbert F. W. Stahlke

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Reform movements in higher education have employed technology primarily to mimic standard mechanisms, representations and objects of higher education. While there are important reasons to make use of standard representations, this strategy often reproduces standard artifacts of higher education, which limits innovation and reform. For example, too often(More)
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