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New Tech, New Ties: How Mobile Communication Is Reshaping Social Cohesion


reviewed by Dominic Mentor ó May 12, 2011

coverTitle: New Tech, New Ties: How Mobile Communication Is Reshaping Social Cohesion
Author(s): Rich Ling
Publisher: MIT Press, Cambridge
ISBN: 0262515040, Pages: 239, Year: 2010
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 12, 2011
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16405, Date Accessed: 10/15/2018 1:55:41 PM

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  • Dominic Mentor
    Teachers College, Columbia University
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    DOMINIC MENTOR, Ed.D., is an Associate Adjunct Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University. He initiated and co-teaches the nationís first mobile phone learning class and a course on cognition and handheld devices. His research interests include the social impact and pedagogical potential of mobile communication, social media and mLearning. Dominic has consulted with various groups and organizations on utilizing the power of social media, designing and implementing multimedia rich e-learning initiatives, knowledge management, and converting departmental silos into collaborative cognitive sharing spaces. Dominicís recent publications and conference presentations include Supporting Studentsí Connectedness via Texting as well as We are New York 2.0 ~ Social Media for Adult Education and Theoretical and Practical Considerations for an Educational Text Message Service at the TCETC 2011 Technology, Media & Designs for Learning conference.
 
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