This paper, posted earlier as a slidecast, recently appeared in AERA’s Educational Researcher.
I’ve posted a formatted version with graphics improved (compared to the published version).
I’ve also posted, on the left, images and a table that link to full-fledged documents:
- Where and when printing and books were invented
- 1947 US Patent for the overhead projector (hat tip to Claus Pias’ Powerpoint. “electronic overheads” Elemente einer Vorgeschichte von PowerPoint” in Powerpoint)
- Media and Education: A Morphology (a table organizing Jeanette Böhme’s discussion of school at the end of book-culture: Schule am Ende der Buchkultur: Medientheoretische Begruendungen schulischer Bildungsarchitekturen 2006)
Finally, see Larry Cuban’s coverage of my article here.