I will look into the book. It sounds like it is in the line of my conduct.
To Gordon, I found an articel " Activity Theory and Higher Education:
evaluating learning technologies" by E. Scanlon & K. Issroff. Could that be
something for you?
To all - maybe someone got an idea?
>From Sweden the night of bond fires
[DATE], skrev [NAME] på [ADDRESS] följande:
> 4/25/2006 +0200, Hans wrote:
> I have found out that most of CHAT articles are about
>> childrens learning and not adults. I am also very grateful for any input in
>> this issue.
>> Hans from Sweden
> Hans, you might want to check out Peter Sawchuk's Adult Learning and
> Technology in Working-Class Life (2003). His study uses a strong CHAT
> perspective to analyze issues of adult learning, including various
> ways industrial workers in the Ontario area in Canada have learned to
> use computers. He breaks new ground on the topic of adult learning,
> which as you point out, is not widely studied or written about. Here
> is the Amazon US url:
> - Steve
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