New media is more than a phrase to describe digital innovation. It is a social weapon to decentre, marginalize, agitate, undermine and upset. It is meant to make us feel unsettled, like we have missed something. But all old media were once new. The impact of such changes on the quality of teaching and learning are debateable. This article explores the trajectory of old media and new media, to make a case for valuing 'Now Media.'
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|