Technologies and trust
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Aaliya Ahmed, Mohmad Saleem Jahangir, Aneesa Shafi, Davide De Gennaro, Marta De Angelis, Rosa Vegliante, Rosita Deluigi, Luigi Guerra, Luca Ferrari, Andrea Reggiani, M. Czerepaniak-Walczak
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pp. 100,      1a edizione  2017   (Codice editore 11096.4)

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In breve
What is trust and how new technologies are changing or affecting the concept of trust? This publication offers insights from researchers working in educational technology and distance education, collected in the frame of the European FP-7 Marie-Curie People project “Stimulators and inhibitors of a culture of trust in educational interactions assisted by modern information and communication technology”, and provides examples of implications of trust for successful learning experiences in distance education. The research goal is to understand how trust has changed or is changing: this is related not only to the modification of the meaning, but also indicators upon which people built their judgements.
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What is trust and how new technologies are changing or affecting the concept of trust?
This publication offers insights from researchers working in educational technology and distance education, collected in the frame of the European FP-7 Marie-Curie People project "Stimulators and inhibitors of a culture of trust in educational interactions assisted by modern information and communication technology".
The book includes research fi ndings on the concept of trust in a digital world, and provides examples of implications of trust for successful learning experiences in distance education - including the use of virtual learning environments, social technologies, and ePortfolios.
The research goal is to understand how trust has changed or is changing: this is related not only to the modifi cation of the meaning, but also indicators upon which people built their judgements. In this, technologies have a role, for their impact and for the logics that these entail, as aggregators of artifacts, subjects, systems. As several of the book's articles stress, technologies are modifying types of interpersonal relations, by replacing face to face channels with digital channels. If communication in many cases is not face to face anymore, indicators on which trust was based are lost.
How are these replaced? Which criteria are emerging? Which factors are introduced by technology? The volume does not try to offer value judgements, but tries to understand trust and proposes reading keys.
The book presents eight articles, and as said, it arises also from research carried out in the frame of an international project, therefore provides works both from Italian researchers, and research scientists from India and Poland.

Pier Giuseppe Rossi is full professor in Didactics and Technology of Education, at the Departement of Education, Cultural Heritage and Turism, University of Macerata (Italy). He is the author of several books, book chapters and scientifi c articles in his fi elds of research.

Lorella Giannandrea is an Assistant professor in Pedagogy at the University of Macerata, Department of Education, Cultural Heritage and Tourism. Her main research interests are conceptual artefacts for refl ection, ePortfolio and authentic assessment, educational design, design of learning environment, online learning and teaching, teachers' in-service training.

Indice
Pier Giuseppe Rossi, How Technology is Changing Trust
Aaliya Ahmed, Mohmad Saleem Jahangir, Aneesa Shafi,
Technology in the Classroom. Changes and Challenges
Davide De Gennaro,
From Face to Face to Face...book. New Methodologies for Using Facebook as a Teaching Tool
M. De Angelis, R.Vegliante,
Transfer of Learning and New Technologies. Methodological and Educational Reflections to Promote Learning and Inclusion
Rosita Deluigi,
The CARER + Project. Build Trust and Promote Wellbeing for Carers and Older People through the Use of Technology
L. Guerra, L. Ferrari, A. Reggiani,
Online Collaborative Learning. Pedagogical Design in the Mediational Artifacts
M. Czerepaniak-Walczak,
Elements of the Mediascape as the Medium and Agents of Socialization and Education: Realities, Where we Live in
Lorella Giannandrea,
E-portfolio and Teacher Training. Building a Culture of Trust in School Contexts.