Celebrating 20 years of computers in mathematics education: a research bibliography.
MicroMath, 20, (1), .
This research bibliography celebrates some of the key publications on the use of computers in the teaching and learning of mathematics over the past twenty years (or so). As Hoyles and Noss observe, “Research in the use of digital technologies has proliferated, using a wide range of theories and methodologies. Whereas it might have been possible a decade or so ago to write a comprehensive review, in just one chapter, of research on the effects of digital technologies on the whole of mathematics teaching and learning, the vast corpus of study that exists now makes this no longer feasible".
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