Introduction: Is Web 3.0 Changing Learning and Instruction?
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This chapter addresses the evolution of Web generations and their influence on learning and instruction. The development of current Web generations and their major distinguishing functions are addressed. Next, implications for learning and instruction will be discussed. This chapter concludes with remarks about future perspectives of Web generations and how they might influence learning and instruction.
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