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"Mind Amplifier: Can our Digital Tools Make us Smarter?" (Part 3) SPU EDTC 6431

SPU Principles of HOPE P4 – Practice the integration of Appropriate Technology with Instruction.

I’ve completed reading Howard Rheingold’s eBook “Mind Amplifier: Can our Digital Tools Make us Smarter?” My mind is swirling around a few main ideas. 1,053 more words

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"Mind Amplifier: Can our Digital Tools Make us Smarter?" (part 2) SPU EDTC 6431

SPU Principles of HOPE P4 – Practice the integration of Appropriate Technology with Instruction.

“Learning about metacognition can lead to performing metacognition more effectively,” writes Howard Rheingold in his 2012 e book “Mind Amplifier: Can our Digital Tools Make us Smarter”. 852 more words

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Social Media Perspectives: Sherry Turkle & Wael Ghonim

This post focuses on two possible perspectives on social media. In the first video, Sherry Turkle will talk about her research on young adults’ use of social media and the affects it may have on the way we communicate when we “log out.” Wael Ghonim will talk about the Egyptian Revolution and the vital role social media played as an organizing tool for governmental protestors. 570 more words

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The Well and Whole Earth Catalog

A Stanford University Symposium, From Counterculture to Cyberculture: The Legacy of the Whole Earth Catalog.  2011. With Stewart Brand, Kevin Kelly, Fred Turner, Howard Rheingold: 129 more words

"Mind Amplifier: Can our Digital Tools Make us Smarter?" (part 1) SPU EDTC 6431

SPU Principles of HOPE P4 – Practice the Integration of Appropriate Technology with Instruction.

 

Howard Rheingold, in his book, “Mind Amplifier: Can Our Digital Tools Make Us Smarter?”, examines the origins of digital mind-extending tools, lays out the foundations for their future, and attempts to answer the question, “Can metacognition – the human ability to become consciously aware of attentional and thought processes – be prompted by deliberately designed computer interfaces? 683 more words

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Human-Computer Interaction|Origins of the Field- Selected Papers

This is a selection of key papers that founded the HCI (Human-Computer Interaction) field. An essential resource for understanding the current issues in the field of human-computer relationship. 154 more words

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