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Storytelling and the Dissolution of Categories

This paper seeks to examine the dissolution of categories in the digital age and the implications of this for the contemporary story.

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Improving Citizenship Engagement Through Open Government Data: City of Toronto Case

This study includes the design process of The Get to the Fest! app offers a one-stop solution to the logistical problems that surrounding planning to attend Toronto festivals and events.

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Published online: June 3, 2015

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Mental Health Engagement Network: An Analysis of Outcomes Following a Mobile and Web-based Intervention

The MHEN project introduces, delivers and evaluates the use of smart technologies in mental health care.

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Developing Pre-service Teachers’ TPACK Capacity through the Use of the ASSURE Model for Teaching Math

The purpose of this study was to investigate how the ASSURE model can increase pre-service teachers’ capacity for integrating technology, pedagogy, and content knowledge into math classrooms.

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Still Not Ready for Prime Time? Academic Librarian Attitudes towards Wikipedia in a Networked Age

To explore contemporary academic librarian attitudes towards Wikipedia, the author polled academic information literacy librarians by questionnaire and discovered some underlying factors in their reluctance.

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Online (Distance) Education: Evolving Standards

We coherently analyzed the current landscape of e-learning through descriptive literature published in the last five years to illuminate elements of e-learning, limitations and emerging solutions.

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Published online: May 26, 2015

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Digital Storytelling as Activism: An Analysis of Trayvon Martin's Narrative on Facebook

We discuss theoretical tenets from genres in digital storytelling narratives of Martin as argument stratagem on innocence and guilt as forms of activism in race relations in America.

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The Skills of the Digicom Worker

The paper deals with the skills needed in the context of digicom work. These can be abstracted as media and technology literacy, the management of time and space, boundary management.

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Megabit Faculty in a Gigabit World: Student Perceptions of Technology Education Programs

It is imperative that faculty maintain the cutting edge skill set required to be effective. The session will review faculty challenges relating to timeliness of their technological and pedagogical skills.

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Hopes and Fears While Waiting for a New Era: The Young Communicators’ Perceptions about Big Data in Turkey

This study aimed to analyze the thoughts and feelings of young communicators about big data concept and its usage areas.

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