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"Our lives are thoroughly ‘geomedialized’. Geomedia technologies that emerged and – particularly important – were popularized in the course of the last decade shape the opportunities we have to appropriate the world around us and to act within society. Global positioning systems, ubiquitous computing, web mapping in connection with remote sensing and the convergence of media contribute to a geoweb providing an increasingly powerful aspect of our everyday action in space. The use of these technologies is a very specific aspect of an emerging digital culture that our schools have to prepare for."
Jekel, T, Sanchez, E, Gryl, I, Jouneau-Sion , C, & Lyon, J (Eds.). (2014). Learning & Teaching with Geomedia. London: Cambridge Scholars.
Gryl, I, Sanchez, E, Jekel, T, Jouneau-Sion , C, Lion, J, & Höhnle, S. (2014). Educational uses of Geomedia. In T. Jekel, E. Sanchez, I. Gryl & C. Jouneau-Sion & J. Lyon (Eds.), Learning & Teaching with Geomedia. London (pp. 29-41). London: Cambridge Scholars.
Sanchez, E, Kramar, N, & Lison, C. (2014). Playing with geomedia to understand the complexity of the world. In T. Jekel, E. Sanchez, I. Gryl, C. Jouneau-Sion & J. Lyon (Eds.), Learning & Teaching with Geomedia (pp. 200-207). London: Cambridge Scholars.