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2017, Oxford handbooks, ISBN 0199372136, xxx, 700 pages
"Few aspects of daily existence are untouched by technology. Learning and teaching music are no exceptions and arguably have been impacted as much or more than other areas of life... 
Music | Technological innovations | Instruction and study | Digital citizenship | Educational change | Music literacy | Creative practice | Educational technologies | Evidence-based education | Preservice teachers | Technology skill development | Participatory culture | Sound and place | Initial teacher education | Deterritorialization | Adaptive technology | Distinction | Learners with exceptionalities | Makers | Music learning | Music education curriculum | Africa | Techno-human future | Praxis shock | Long-distance learning | Musical subjectivity | Pop | Twenty-first-century skills | Instrument-making | Universal design for learning | Romanticism | Technological determinism | Finland | Stakeholders | Teacher preparation | Music teacher education | Learning and teaching | Music teacher roles | Problem-finding | Authority | Musicians workshop | Disabilities | Slow music | Collaborative model | School classrooms | Contextual | Innovation | Faculty development | Literacies | Innovative pedagogies | Professional development | Communication | Context | Multimedia | Social | Skill development | Techné | Public health communication | Self-determination | Social technologies | Musically educated | Education technology | Irrelevant | West africa | Out-of-school learning | Curriculum | Place | Power | Participation | Enabling technologies | Humans | Music notation | Totally pedagogized society | European perspectives | Living well with less | Learner-centered | Metaphor | Multiarts | Teaching | Learning | Creative literacy | Networked technologies | Heidegger | Pedagogical fundamentalism | Peer-to-peer learning | Technology and music creativity | Sound recordings | Teenagers | Digital technology | Primary schools | Creation | Technological affordances | Interaction | Behavior change | Parochial practice | English secondary schools | Music teacher preparation | Music technologies | Democratic education | Scepticism | Music technology | Digital audio workstations | Maker space | Technology integration | Technological limitations | Tpack | Mobile learning | Information and communication technology | Internet | Savoring | Teacher attitudes | Practice-led enquiry | Greek education | Postsecondary music education | Teacher resistance | Inclusion | Epistemology | Hip-hop | Administrative technologies | Equity | Risk | Narcissism | Higher education change | Poiesis | Classroom music teaching | Classroom | Community music | Digital pedagogy | Technology traditions | Authentic processes | Autonomy | Children | Music education technology | Popular music | Aristotle | International | Non-formal music education | Composition | Health | Globalization | Pop music | Rhythmic video games | Exploration | Motivate | Learner/musician | Apprenticeship | Higher education | Slow food | Informal learning | Community | Gender issues | Music fluency | Education policy | Autonomy popular music | Credentialing | Education 3.0 | Communities of musical practice | Music education | Prosumer | Technology access | School-based routes | Pre-service teachers | Ict in music education | Musical intelligence | Mediatization | Augmenting music | Local | Disease control | Creativity | Technologies | Technology competencies | Local context | Totally technologized society | Teacher educator | Teaching with technology | Performance | Sociocultural | Digital natives | Texas music education | Guinea | Diversity | Teacher certification | Invention | Ensembles | Implementation | Empowerment | Technogenesis | Well-being | Music teachers’ concerns | Sociology | Musical analysis | Informal music learning | Digital literacies | Pedagogy in-service preservice | Sequencing | Information communications technology | Communities of response | Conservatory model | Tools | Spreadability | Flow | Learning resources | African context | Interest-driven learning | Play | School experience | Pedagogy | Recording | Differentiation | Integration of technology | Policy | Choice | Digital arts | Music teacher certification | Limitations | Passeur culturel | Celebrities | Radical pedagogy | Education | Ofsted | Technology | Learner agency | Electronica | Culture | Musicking | Role of technology | Pedagogical paradigms | Teacher training | Digital culture | Ethnomusicology | Youth | Vulnerability | Pressure | Mobile technologies | Place philosophy | Digital media | Piano | Groove | School music | Internet evolution | Software | Musicianship | Technology use philosophies of technology | Assimilation | Facilitator | Constructionism | New media | At-risk student | Self led development | Music teacher educators | Rhythmic video games music technology | Notation | Music making | Perspective | Music experience | Higher music education | Participatory music | East timor | Music theory | Triple revolution | Portfolios | Ethnography | Futurism | Gcse examination | Music teacher attitudes | West | Fear of change | Digital music | Opportunities | Change | Commodification | Linguistic relativity | Digital instruments | Technological assimilation | Digital learners | Inclusive | Pluralism | Collaboration | Teacher education
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2006, Networked cities series., ISBN 0415655609, viii, 200
Mobile communications technologies are taking off across the world, while urban transportation and surveillance systems are also being rebuilt and updated... 
Mobile communication systems | Urban transportation | City and town life | City dwellers | Social aspects | Information technology | Effect of technological innovations on | Social mobility | Movement (Philosophy) | Architecture | Urban Sociology | City and Urban Planning | City dwellers - Effect of technological innovations on
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2005, illustrated edition, ISBN 9781591405535, 5 v.
Information technology is one of the most rapidly changing disciplines. New technologies and concepts are being developed as are new ways of utilizing both old and new technologies... 
Information science | Information technology | Encyclopaedias & Reference Works | Encyclopedias
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2016, Library Information Technology Association (LITA) guides, ISBN 9781442264250, xv, 119 pages
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2014, Studies in childhood and youth., ISBN 9781137292520, viii, 243 pages
This timely volume offers an in-depth theoretical analysis of children's experiences growing up with mobile internet technologies... 
Psychological aspects | Social networks | Children | Social aspects | Internet and children | Social media
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2007, 1. Aufl., ISBN 9780470022948, xii, 463
... traffic.The need to support high-speed burst traffic has already posed a great challenge to all currently available air-link technologies based either on TDMA... 
Code division multiple access | Electronics & communications engineering | Communication, Networking and Broadcast Technologies | Computing and Processing | Mobile & Wireless Communications
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2013, ISBN 1137268301, vii, 220
Technology and Touch addresses the development of a range of new touch technologies, both technologies that we reach out to touch and technologies that touch us, by exploring how we use touch... 
Biopolitics | Technological innovations | Touch | Social aspects | New Media and Digital Media | Social Aspects | Technology: general issues | Sociology of Culture and the Media | Popular Culture | Social theory | Mobile & Wireless Communication | Media and Cultural Theory | Communication
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Computers in Human Behavior, ISSN 0747-5632, 07/2017, Volume 72, pp. 612 - 620
The increasing growth of mobile technology in our Society has become a reality. This paper was designed to research about the different factors and drivers that could influence students... 
Medical education | TAM | Innovation | Mobile learning | Mobile application | Mhealth | SMARTPHONES | EXTENSION | PSYCHOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | USER ACCEPTANCE | MEDICAL-STUDENTS | INFORMATION-TECHNOLOGY | FACULTY | MODELS | USAGE | PERSPECTIVES | DEVICES | Medical students | Usage | Analysis
Journal Article
2007, 1, ISBN 9780470028087, xxv, 283
WiMAX Broadband Wireless Access Technology based on the IEEE 802.16 standard is at the origin of great promises for many different markets covering fixed wireless Internet Access, Backhauling and Mobile cellular networks... 
Communication, Networking and Broadcast Technologies | Components, Circuits, Devices and Systems | Computing and Processing | Wireless LANs | IEEE 802.16 (Standard)
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