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I'm working on a subcommittee preparing for university accreditation and trying to think about what's on and even over the horizon in regard to technology and pedagogy. What do you think I should read? Are there a coupla books or articles or reports that jump into mind that you could share? Like, right now I happen to be looking at Oblinger and Oblinger's Educating the Net Generation (Educause 2005). Are there recent works like that or even older classics that you'd recommend to help us look into, plan for, and perhaps even facilitate the future of technology-enhanced learning? I'm doing some "break" reading and would appreciate any suggestions.
I would point them to the 2000 edition http://www.nap.edu/books/0309070368/html/
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