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Kathy, due tomorrow question 5 of 6. This question regards

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Kathy, due tomorrow question 5 of 6. This question regards XXXXX XXXXX and cultural context of education. The instructor responded to the orginial post: You make a compelling argument regarding Internet resources. Do you think that access to these resources makes learners lazy? We used to have to plan a Saturday at the local library where we spread out our stuff on a large table and spent the day with our noses buried in books and the card catalog. Now, it's a matter of seconds before we have hundreds of resources on any given topic. Does this create a disservice to student learning?

Then again, is banning them from using Internet resources a good idea? After all, a library cannot possibly have all of the resources available on a given topic. Does this have the potential of limiting critical analysis by limiting their access to information?

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I will complete on a timely manner. Thanks


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