The Living Web

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2019

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As the role of Internet Connected Technologies (ICTs) increases exponentially, and as all student populations (highly motivated or not) become increasingly composed of digital natives, it is imperative that the academy adapt to these new challenges. A university is obligated to ensure its students are adequately prepared for the Digital Age. This paper seeks to examine and evaluate the current scholarship of coding pedagogy, digital learning, and information science education, to leverage these evaluations towards the construction of a course of study which is informed by critical thought and current scholarship. It is the author’s hope to provide methods and approaches through which students who may lack an academic background in Computer Science can develop critical and analytic thinking skills alongside essential understandings of the technologies underpinning their daily lives.

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LeGrand, Luke C. (2019). The Living Web. Master's thesis, Duke University. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/20074.

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