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From Gutenberg to Tablet Four Screens for Learning
Development within Education 500 Years Gutenberg Enlightment period Industrial revolution
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80s: Personal Computer2ks: Web & Digital Content90s: Network & Comm. Cloud ApplicationsSocial WebSmartphones & Tablets Connected Learning Environment (CLE) Managed Learning Environment (MLE)
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The Educational Technology Stack Outcomes Digital Whiteboards Laptops & PCs Broadband Tablets Student Management (MIS) Learning Data Management (SIF) Portal & User Management Content Management (CMS) Learning Platform (MLE) Digtital Content Online Asssessment Infrastrucutre Platforms Edu- cation
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