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Learning with Technology: Evidence that Technology Can, and Does, Support Learning

@inproceedings{Marshall2002LearningWT,
  title={Learning with Technology: Evidence that Technology Can, and Does, Support Learning},
  author={James M Marshall and Huston and Anderson and Wright and Schmitt Linebarger and Peggy O 'brien and Dale Mann},
  year={2002}
}
Evidence that technology can, and does, support learning. " We've wired the schools — now what? " This question resonates with educators, and troubles them at the same time. After countless local and national efforts have boosted the infrastructure of our schools, the significant issues now arise. Should we continue to pump money into educational technology for our schools? Do computers really help students learn? How can students and teachers best learn from the World Wide Web and its content… Expand
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