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NY TESOL - Web 2.0 ubiquitous computing and future

As the web has matured we find ourselves immersed in a multiplicity of resources, communities and communication. Now what do we do?
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Greg Kessler

on 3 November 2012

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http://personas.media.mit.edu Web 2.0, Ubiquitous Computing & the Future of ESL/EFL Teaching Thanks!

Kessler@ohio.edu While we do not presume to know how these technologies or pedagogies will evolve, it is important to recognize that evolution is underway and that teachers and students can and should be active participants in the process.
(http://llt.msu.edu/issues/february2012/kesslerbikowskiboggs.pdf)
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