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ABSTRACT. Though diverse in nature, the articles in this collection discuss both socio-cultural and temporal transformations linked to technology and learning and can be classified into three broad themes. The first theme is interested in temporal experiences within time and learning; the second theme is about practical implementations of these concerns, and the third theme inquires into relationships between our understanding of time and human nature. In many articles, the boundaries between these themes are blurred and fluid. Yet, this general classification does indicate the present state of the art in studies of time, technology and education. pp. 11–17

doi:10.22381/KC5220171

SARAH HAYES
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Centre for Learning Innovation and Professional Practice,
Aston University, UK
PETAR JANDRIĆ
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Zagreb University of Applied Sciences, Croatia

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