Perhaps the answers aren't that interesting.

A decade ago, not only Avigail Oren, but a number of perceptive people, had numerous interesting insights into the role of the internet in education. It seemed that there was a great deal that merited examination. It didn't take too longer, however, until e-learning became almost totally e-training, and technology pushed pedagogy substantially out of the picture. To the best of my knowledge, it's been years since Avigail has had accessible web pages (the quote is from a saved page of my own). It would seem that the banalization of the educational web caused an understandable waning in her interest in it. With all my criticism toward the hype around Web 2.0 in education, I can at least be hopeful that it can bring about a renewed interest in furthering serious pedagogical questions.

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