Web 2.0: Inherent tensions and evident challenges for education

@article{Dohn2009Web2I,
  title={Web 2.0: Inherent tensions and evident challenges for education},
  author={Nina Bonderup Dohn},
  journal={I. J. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={343-363}
}
In upper tertiary educational programmes around the world, the new Web-mediated communication practices termed Web 2.0 are introduced as learning activities with the goal of facilitating learning through collaborative knowledge construction. The aim of this paper is to point to discrepancies in the views of learning, knowledge, and the goals of the practice implicit in Web 2.0 and educational practices and to argue that these discrepancies lead to theoretical tensions and practical challenges… CONTINUE READING
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