Trends and Issues in Educational Technology

By Jody Bowie et al.
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The chapters presented in this handbook reflect the discussions that took place in EDTC 6423: Trends and Issues in Educational Technology, a graduate course in the Educational Technology program at Oklahoma State University in the Spring 2012 semester. Students explored the current trends and issues in educational technology, such as the use of smart surfaces, Web 2.0 applications, touch mobile devices, and games as informal learning environments. We also discussed the historical, psychological, and philosophical foundations of educational technology and seminal results in empirical research that support or challenge the predominant theories. Technology was discussed as an agent of change, enabling learners to assume different roles in the educational process – creator, explorer, apprentice, tutee, problem solver, or information processor.
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May 3, 2012
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