Technophilia and technophobia
AbstractOne of the sub-themes of the International Educational Technology Conference held in Perth, Western Australia in December 1986, "Education for a technological society", provided us with an opportunity to discuss whether educational technologists should, or should not, locate their work within broader debates about technological change. It will become clear as I proceed that I am of the opinion that they should, though I am far from convinced that they do.
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