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Thanks for the heads up on this book Seb. I will look it out. I found it interesting that Tara Brabazon's 'banning' of Google and Wikipedia in first year work is interpreted as Luddite by Donald Clark rather than as a strategy for developing students' media literacy. I am in tune with her argument as expressed by you above (a trusted peer review but I will check it out for myself). It is worrying to find the error you did. Let's see how Brabazon responds to that. She could actually use her own mistake as part of her argument if she is brave enough to explore it.

I was at Tara's recent inaugural lecture at the University of Brighton and taped the lecture. You can find the link at http://nomadx.org/content/view/1810/63/


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