Media, Education, and the Marketplace
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Course Description :MIT is devoted to the advancement of knowledge and education of students in areas that contribute to or prosper in an environment of science and technology.
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- Chapter #1 - Personal Media
- Chapter #2 - Introducing the StarFestival Curriculum
- Chapter #3 - Next Big Thing-Video Internet
- Chapter #4 - Media, Education, and Technology
- Chapter #5 - Educational Uses of Technology
- Chapter #6 - Media Literacy as a Strategy for Combatting Moral Panic
- Chapter #7 - Educational Technology Initiatives in Business Education
- Chapter #8 - Discussion of StarFestival
- Chapter #9 - Ms. Maria D'Itria, Fifth grade, Harvard Kent School, Boston, USA
- Chapter #10 - Ms. Mary Rudder, Kindergarten, Harvard Kent School, Boston, USA
- Chapter #11 - Brenda Matthis
- Chapter #12 - Nolan Bowie
- Chapter #13 - Anne Margulies
- Chapter #14 - John Belcher