An academic investigation and practical guidebook, by Dr. Anastasia M. Trekles
Simply put, this book is about people, and how they learn, work, and interact in today's rapidly changing, technologically supercharged society . . . In general, we often consider only the positive attributes that computers and Internet technologies have in our workplaces and classrooms. Computers allow us to do things faster, better, smarter, and cheaper - but is there a negative side as well? Do we have to worry about how people might misuse technology? How much should we worry? What happens when we encounter a student or an employee who faces difficulty with new technology implementations because he or she has a disability, or because he or she simply finds adaptation more difficult?