Millions of comments, conversations and tweets are added to cyberspace every day. You’d expect all this discussion and debate to be strengthening democracy and the public sphere. Prof Kannamma Raman demolishes the myth of cyberspace as inclusive public sphere in this talk organised by CCDS for students of media and communications.
- Teacher Learning Centres for continuous professional development
- How to make a computer-aided learning programme sustainable
- Content, pedagogy and technology: The perfect fit
- Technology for technology’s sake?
- Increasing teacher agency in the use of digital technology: Are societal platforms a solution?
- How teachers integrate technology in education: A study of one model school
- Digital literacy: The role of teachers
- ICT@School: The missing dimensions
- How to integrate ICTs in the public education system
- Cowshed to QR codes
- Technology in the classroom: Insights from the Digital Equalizer programme
- Between the technophiles and the sceptics: The view from the ground
- Digital disparities: Children, school spaces and the internet
- What will it take to bring India’s children online?
- Smart phones as educational tools: A reality check from rural India