The Apparent and the Existent

A ‘tumblog’ exploration towards the development of learning ‘objects’ in digital culture The separation of the apparent [seeming, not proven real] and the existent [present, a real thing] provides the founding argument for my tumblog exploration of learning in digital culture. Berger (2010, p.9) tells us that “appearances are volatile” and that “technological innovation has [...]

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