language, learning, environment, technology, humanists
Thomas Edison played an important role in improving the technologies needed for the telephone. He was said to have been excited about the educational potential of the new instrument and speculated that it would soon be found in every classroom.
Well, he was right about the educational potential of information and communication technology, but he was wrong about the form the new technology would take.
This chapter raises questions concerning the role humanists will play in determining the development and implementation of information and communication technologies for educational purposes.
Noblitt, James S.
"The online language learning environment: New roles for the humanist,"
Russian Language Journal: Vol. 55:
1, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/rlj/vol55/iss1/7