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  • Interesting stuff. I was surprised to see that TV and radio consumption still tops internet use among youth. It is encouraging, though, that most people say that participation in online networks has brought them closer with friends and family.

    One question though... On slide 6, Bennett, Maton and Kervin say that 21% of students online were creating their own content. On slide 21, though, you cite the Pew study, which says 2/3 of online teens are content creators. I wonder how they came to such different numbers. Was content creation defined very differently between these studies, or do you think the numbers have jumped that much between Bennett Maton and Kervin's data collection and the more recent Pew report?
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  • DO GENERATIONAL DIFFERENCES MATTER IN INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN?*
  • Sue Bennett, Karl Maton and Lisa Kervin
  • Educating the net generation: a handbook of Findings for Practice and Policy
  • Are the new millenium learners making the grade?
  • ECAR (2009)
  • The Future of the Internet III, PEW Internet
  • ECAR, 2009
  • How much information? 2009
  • Kaiser Family Foundation: Media in the lives of 8-18 year olds
  • Analysis of emerging trends affecting the use of technology in education. Research to support the delivery and development of Harnessing Technology: Next Generation Learning 2008–14
  • MEDIA MULTITASKING AMONG AMERICAN YOUTH: PREVALENCE, PREDICTORS AND PAIRINGS
  • OECD, NEW MILLENNIUM LEARNERS IN HIGHER EDUCATION: EVIDENCE AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS
  • ECAR, 2009
  • Networked Families, Pew Internet
  • Teens and Social Media
  • Teens and Social Media, Pew Internet
  • Digital Footprints Online identity management and search in the age of transparency, PEW, 2007
  • OECD, NEW MILLENNIUM LEARNERS IN HIGHER EDUCATION: EVIDENCE AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS
  • Living and Learning with New Media: Summary of Findings from the Digital Youth Project
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    • 1. Implications of Media and Technology use Among Today’s Learners
      George Siemens
      Technology Enhanced Knowledge Research Institute
      Athabasca University
      May 13, 2010
      Presented to:
    • 2. Millennials?
      Media use & technology ownership
      Impact
    • 3. Millennials?
      Media use & technology ownership
      Impact
    • 4. “Coddled, narcissistic praise junkies”
      US Navy
    • 5. “Generational differences research suffers from many of the same weaknesses found in learning styles research.”
      Tom Reeves (2007)
    • 6. “The researchers found, however, that only a minority of the students (around 21%) were engaged in creating their own content and multimedia for the Web, and that a significant proportion of students had lower level skills than might be expected of digital natives.”
      Bennett, Maton, Kervin (2007)
    • 7. “The rhetoric that university students are Digital Natives and university staff are Digital Immigrants is not supported”
      Educating the net generation: a handbook of Findings for Practice and Policy (2009)
    • 8. Millennials?
      Media use & technology ownership
      Impact
    • 9. Stronger correlation between educational performance and frequency of computer use at home than at school
      OECD (2010)
    • 10. Change in computer ownership
      ECAR, 2009
    • 11. By 2020, mobile phone is primary connection tool
      Pew Internet (Expert survey, 77% agreed)
    • 12. Ownership of internet “capable” device
      ECAR, 2009
    • 13.
    • 14. Hours per week using internet for school/recreation
      ECAR, 2009
    • 15.
    • 16. Consumption of “multiple technologies” and mobiles
      BECTA, 2008
    • 17. “Research shows that while we can perceive two stimuli in parallel, we cannot process them simultaneously”
      Foehr (2006)
    • 18. Internet Use by Age Group
    • 19.
    • 20.
    • 21. Nearly two-thirds of online teens are content creators
      Pew Internet
    • 22.
    • 23.
    • 24. Millennials?
      Media use & technology ownership
      Impact
    • 25. “You can see the computer age everywhere but in the productivity statistics”
      Robert Solow (1987)
    • 26. “…profound changes whose revolutionary nature is better revealed by their eventual breadth and depth of the clusters of innovation that emerge than by the pace at which they achieve their influence”
      Paul A. David (2000)
    • 27. “Innovation with learning technologies typically requires the development of new learning and teaching and technology-based skills, which is effortful for both students and staff”
      Educating the net generation: a handbook of Findings for Practice and Policy (2009)
    • 28. Most frequently used online services by higher education instructors
    • 29. “Participation in the digital age means more than being able to access “serious” online information and culture; it also means the ability to participate in social and recreational activities online.”
      MacArthur Foundation (2008)
    • 30. Weekly newsletter: www.elearnspace.org
      Social Networks & Learning (June 21-25, 2010)
      https://tekri.athabascau.ca/dr_seminar/
      Gmail/Facebook/Twitter/Whatever: gsiemens