Fostering communication and learning with underutilized technologies in Higher Education

Ali, MB ORCID: and Wood-Harper, T 2020, Fostering communication and learning with underutilized technologies in Higher Education , Information Science Reference.

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Higher education is undergoing radical changes with the arrival of emerging technology that can facilitate better teaching and learning experiences. However, with a lack of technical awareness, technophobia, and security and trust issues, there are several barriers to the uptake of emerging technologies. As a result, many of these new technologies have been overlooked or underutilized. In the information systems and higher education domains, there exists a need to explore underutilized technologies in higher education that can foster communication and learning. Fostering Communication and Learning With Underutilized Technologies in Higher Education is a critical reference source that provides contemporary theories in the area of technology-driven communication and learning in higher education. The book offers new knowledge about educational technologies and explores such themes as artificial intelligence, digital learning platforms, gamification tools, and interactive exhibits. The target audience includes researchers, academicians, practitioners, and students who are working or have a keen interest in information systems, learning technologies, and technology-led teaching and learning. Moreover, the book provides an understanding and support to higher education practitioners, faculty, educational board members, technology vendors and firms, and the Ministry of Education.

Item Type: Book
Schools: Schools > Salford Business School
Journal or Publication Title: IGI Global
Publisher: Information Science Reference
ISBN: 9781799848462
Depositing User: Dr Mohammed Ali
Date Deposited: 12 Sep 2022 13:25
Last Modified: 12 Sep 2022 13:25

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