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Technology educational affordance: Bridging the gap between patterns of interaction and technology usage

@article{Badia2011TechnologyEA,
  title={Technology educational affordance: Bridging the gap between patterns of interaction and technology usage},
  author={A. Badia and E. Barber{\'a} and T. Guasch and A. Espasa},
  journal={Digital Education Review},
  year={2011},
  volume={19},
  pages={20-35}
}
This paper reports on an empirical and descriptive investigation into how teachers and learners use technology in three prototypical learning activities in a higher educational online learning environment. Additionally, the relationship between the educational uses of technology and the overall educational patterns of interaction between teachers and learners, and among learners themselves was analysed. Detailed teacher and learner self-reports about their teaching and learning activity; the… Expand
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