Guglielmo Trentin and Manuela Repetto

In this Age of Mobilism, fueled by the technology, learning and schooling will undergo the most dramatic and disruptive change in the past 150 years – since the invention of the one-room schoolhouse, in fact. (Norris and Soloway, 2011)

No discussion about the integration of communication technology into teaching and learning processes can ignore the wide and indeed ever-widening gap between the students’ personal/daily use of Web 2.0 and mobile technology and the manner in which schools propose using them for educational activities: on the one hand, we have the newest generation of students (sometimes called ‘digital natives’) with their innate capacity for mastering technologies, using them ...

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