We each can author a piece of the Web. The seemingly unlimited virtual space is waiting to be appropriated. When we author Web pages we are communicating—expressing our-selves in a new medium—saying who we are as learners and human beings.The Internet is there for all voices—including all classes, ethnicities, genders, and ages. Why is it especially important to make children’s voices heard?
Harris, J., & Reifel, S. (2002). Children should be seen and heard on the web. Learning & Leading with Technology, 29(7), 50-53, 59.