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Perhaps, one day in the future, the education system will be shaped to follow the norms of socialism. This means that, Continue reading
Research shows that humans reveal their real selves in places (e.g. toilets) wherein anonymity is more assured. Having analysed 544 Continue reading
It is probably that, in the 23rd century, once one is born, one will be taken way from one’s parents to Continue reading
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Some universities consider this field to be an Art subject, and therefore grant their graduates masters of arts (MA). Others Continue reading
The State of Nature is a phrase coined by the philosopher Thomas Hobbes (1983). It describes the theoretical conditions of Continue reading
Some aspects of academia seem to have experienced some kind of ‘autocracy’. For example, a considerable amount of power is left Continue reading
This entry shows statistics for the authoring activity in the Arab field of educational technology. Interviews were conducted with 27 academics to help Continue reading
The literature shows technology and education to play influential roles in shaping the local culture of societies worldwide. Yet, some Continue reading
Humans generate resources, be they technological (e.g. educational technologies), or non-technological (e.g. the academic and non-academic writings about these technologies). Continue reading