New Technology and Digital Worlds: Analyzing Evidence of Equity in Access, Use, and Outcomes

  title={New Technology and Digital Worlds: Analyzing Evidence of Equity in Access, Use, and Outcomes},
  author={Mark Warschauer and Tina Matuchniak},
  journal={Review of Research in Education},
  pages={179 - 225}
  • Mark Warschauer, Tina Matuchniak
  • Published 2010
  • Sociology
  • Review of Research in Education
  • is broad consensus among educators, communication scholars, sociologists, and economists that the development and diffusion of information and communication technologies (ICT) are having a profound effect on modern life. This is due to the affordances of new digital media, which bridge the interactive features of speech and the archival characteristics of writing; allow many-to-many communication among people without regard to time and space, including mass collaborative editing of texts… CONTINUE READING
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