#BYOD4L Day 2 Reflections – Communication

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One Response to #BYOD4L Day 2 Reflections – Communication

  1. afd says:

    Thanks for sharing this interesting distinction between interactive and broadcasting uses of mobile techs. It’s perhaps too easy to value interaction, even though it may not lead to learning and may just be ‘social’ (what the lecturer in case 1 may be fearing). Conversely broadcasting may seem one-sided but as you point out it may also lead to a fruitful internal dialogue…. You can’t win, can you: the devil is in the detail of individual responses, their depth and orientation to others and/or self. Yet there may be a way of reconciling what appears to be opposites through the idea of (learning) community, which does require all types of interaction (social, responsive and even lurking) to bond people and also some broadcasting to create some kind of framework.

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