Net Talk

Researching the Net Generation: Separating Fact from Fiction

  • Wednesday, March 3, 2010


  • Marielle Beauchemin, APOP


  • Mark Bullen, British Columbia Institute of Technology

Did you ever wonder how your students’ generation, the so-called Net Generation, is different? Much has been said and written about the young people now entering the CEGEP.

What is true and what is false? Find out what the research has to say with our guest speaker Mark Bullen. Mark Bullen, from the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) is an international speaker and Associate Dean of BCIT. He is also an adjunct Professor in the UBC Master of Educational Technology program and in the Athabasca University Master Distance Education faculty.

Mark has extensive knowledge of the Net Generation. He will be with us live from B.C. to share and present the results of his research on the Net Generation separating fact from fiction.

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