Coding the classroom: Technology and the practice of language
AbstractThe technology of the Information Age depends on programming languages for functionality. Because programming languages ultimately affect the production of language digitally, programming languages will inevitably demonstrate a lasting effect on the process of writing. Hence it is important to recognize the impact of programming languages on the production of language. It may well be the necessary first step in understanding technology’s reverberating presence in the classroom.
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Herbst, C. (2003). Coding the classroom: Technology and the practice of language. First Monday, 8(11). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v8i11.1094
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