Corpus ID: 68824054

Educating the Net Generation - A Handbook of Findings for Practice and Policy.

  title={Educating the Net Generation - A Handbook of Findings for Practice and Policy.},
  author={G. Kennedy and B. Dalgarno and S. Bennett and K. Gray and Jenny Waycott and T. Judd and Andrea G. Bishop and K. Maton and K. Krause and R. Chang},
It has been widely suggested, and in some respects accepted, that a so-called Net Generation of students is passing through [Australia's] universities. Born roughly between 1980 and 1994 these students have been characterised as being technologically savvy, having grown up in an age where computers, mobile phones and the Internet are part of mainstream culture and society. A number of commentators have even suggested that educators, whom they label 'digital immigrants', need to radically adjust… Expand
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