Maharg, Paul; Nicol, Emma
It is a design truism that form affects function, and in education it is also generally accepted that functionality affects learning. In truth, all technology both constrains and liberates. In the thirteenth century, for example, the massive information overload represented by texts such as Justinian’s
Digest and the proliferation of Church law required scholars and users to create the symbolic tools that would help them to cope with problems of understanding and memorizing the legal...[Show more]
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