Culturally responsive technology use: developing an on-line community of learners

@article{McLoughlin1999CulturallyRT,
  title={Culturally responsive technology use: developing an on-line community of learners},
  author={Catherine McLoughlin},
  journal={BJET},
  year={1999},
  volume={30},
  pages={231-243}
}
In tertiary contexts, Web-based instruction often appears to be tailored to the needs of a particular cultural group, recognising the specific learning needs, preferences and styles of a single, perhaps homogeneous, group of learners. However, in designing instruction, there is typically a tension between the need to ensure flexibility and access to learners of “multiple cultures”, while at the same time taking into account the need for localisation and a requirement to accommodate a particular… CONTINUE READING
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