The New Face of Education George Petersen

Petersen, George
November 2007
Mix;Nov2007, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p10
The author reflects on the new generation of education. He said that the world today is different from years back and many technologies has significantly increased. He adds that because of the emergence of these technologies, schools have developed courses in entertainment media. He adds that media education is now an important part of the curriculum, while audio education has developed into a big business.


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