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Mark Bauerlein on Digital Learning

As usual, Bauerlein offers some wise reservations about the rapid adoption of digital learning. I don't deny the obvious potential, and at a recent Blackboard conference some digital learning pioneers spoke convincingly about positive results they are getting, including on literacy issues. Still, my gut instincts lie with Bauerlein.

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