Carr, Diane and Oliver, Martin
Second Life, Immersion and Learning.
Social Computing and Virtual Communities.
Chapman and Hall (Taylor and Francis), London, pp. 205-222.
||This chapter is a significant intervention in 'education in online world' debates, where the terms 'immersion' and 'immersive' have been used in a non-critical and under conceptualised fashion, even within positivist work claiming to 'measure' immersion. Invited chapter for an inter-disciplinary edited book on 'social computing'. This paper has been closed as the permission of the publisher has not been verified.
||Digital technologies , Cultural studies , Media
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