How technology is impacting adult education
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Research Shows Technology Has the Potential to Reshape Adult Education
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Technology has impacted almost every aspect of life today, and education is no exception. Or is it? In some ways, education seems much the same as it has been for many years. A 14th century illustration by Laurentius de Voltolina depicts a university lecture in medieval Italy. The scene is easily recognizable because of its parallels to the modern day.
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Issues and Trends in Educational Technology
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This result earned the U. Even though the U. Mounting data like this makes us question whether our children are receiving the education they need and deserve. When confronted with such concerns, our immediate response as educators, researchers, and policymakers is often to assume the problems lie solely within the education system. But the challenges do not end — or even begin — in the classroom.