All three of the assigned texts are interested in exploring how our personal and collective understandings of what learning and education mean in a world that is becoming increasingly digitally driven. Each author approaches technology in a unique way as they consider how the process of education is being shaped by the ubiquitous presence of digital technologies. Based upon your own experiences as consumers of digital media and as students, how persuasive are the arguments of these three writers? Do they share any commonalities, or are they three completely different perspectives on the subjects of technology and education? Lastly, Do you find yourself agreeing with any one of these texts more than the others, and if so, why? Or, do you find yourself understanding the claims that these authors are making, but ultimately they do not fit into your own experiences and they do not sway your position on the matter? A good response post should have at least three paragraphs (which includes a mixture of text and images, although the images should not outnumber the text). You are welcome to write more than that, if you are so inclined. Your response posts should be posted on the course blog by 5pm each day. I will be reading and responding to your posts each evening.