Deconstructing the Digital Natives Discourse
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In this video, Dr. Mark Bullen looks at the Digital Natives discourse, the idea that young people are fundamentally different than previous generations because of their exposure to digital technology. He suggests we should be skeptical of the key claims associated with this discourse because they are not supported by empirical research. (Duration: 7:57). // Issues in eLearning & Distance Education Video Series, by Dr. Mark Bullen, Education Specialist for eLearning at the Commonwealth of Learning. Produced by the Commonwealth of Learning, July 2014. // Resource contains a video link as well as a PDF document of the transcript.
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