"I noted that in Anderson's own chapter "Towards a theory of online learning", that is, in the very first chapter...
Prensky is cited... *WARNING!*... as an authority on how students learn.
Prensky! Never mind the far more authoritative and - dare I say it - scholarly (and contrary) voices of, say, Knowles, Ramsden and Mezirow! For me, this is further evidence of how edubloggers and e-learning theorists have become a very cloistered bunch who believe that everything is new and are suspicious of anything published before the year 1995!"
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