"Educational Technology" Essays and Research Papers

1 - 10 of 500

Educational Technology

 History of Technology in Higher Education HE 510 September 7, 2012 History of Technology in Higher Education We are living in the time of the information boom. Never before has information been so abundant and easy to find. To many students it seems like a hassle to search for information on a computer. Could you imagine finding all of your information by flipping pages of books, magazines, and news papers in a library? “Technology is treated as a tool to help accomplish a complex...

Premium Overhead projector, Filmstrip, Educational technology 1055  Words | 5  Pages

Open Document

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Technology

The advantages and disadvantages of technology The world moves and develops all the time. Technology has also advanced over time. In recent years, advanced technology has caused many significant changes in some specific areas. Because of this, human society is improving possibly faster than at any point in history. Whilst in the past technology was described as a method of creating some new inventions, today it drives the development of human civilization and puts emphasis on using scarce resources...

Free Push-button telephone, Educational technology, Text messaging 1248  Words | 4  Pages

Open Document

Digital Technologies Essay Temp

experiences.  Dependency on digital technology has increasingly changed the lives of individuals.  In the modern era, knowledge is also gained from digital technologies such as computer, smartphones, televisions and the Internet. This essay will discuss the possibilities of digital technologies for knowledge and the negative impacts of the technologies by examining increased use of visual aids, access of information and by identifying if a dependency on digital technologies creates health issues and cultural and...

Premium Educational technology, Modern history, Digital 1613  Words | 5  Pages

Open Document

Educational Technology

statement is false. 1) Technological literacy cannot serve as the primary rationale for integrating educational technology. 1) _T______ 2) One thing we have learned from the history of technologies in education is that teachers rarely have time to develop their own instructional media for teaching. 2) __T_____ 3) Research over the past 40 years has shown conclusively that technology-based methods are usually superior to traditional ones. 3) _F______ MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the...

Premium Technology, Instructional theory, Instructional design 1180  Words | 5  Pages

Open Document

Sherwan Taha Ameen MSc

 Modern methods of distance education can be developed effectively in Kurdistan region ABSTRACT Today the internet has been able to reach anywhere in the world. Information and communication Technology (ICT) has paved the way to change not only the way society accesses knowledge but also transform and restructure traditional models of higher education. Nowadays many universities and colleges have been focusing on distance learning environment and much less on traditional methods as a result of...

Premium Iraqi Kurdistan, Kurdistan Regional Government, Education 1448  Words | 5  Pages

Open Document

Online vs Traditional Learning

still the same level of help and support from teachers and students online that there would be in a classroom. Moreover, internet college students are learning skills that will be useful to them in the workforce and beyond as a result of the way technology is developing today. Since there’s no clear differences between an online education and a traditional education, students are assured they are receiving the same kind of education that they would in a brick and mortar setting. There are definite...

Premium Academic degree, Education, University 1730  Words | 7  Pages

Open Document

Online Learning and the Adult Learner

knowledge, especially now that technology, and the resources to do so is readily available. An adult learner is that individual between the ages of 25 and above, usually married with family responsibilities, May be gainfully employed or not. The motivators are, higher salary, career or professional improvement, personal development and above all, the availability of resources, including; government grants and scholarship, availability or access to information technology and time for studies. The choice...

Premium Instructional design, Virtual learning environment, E-learning 969  Words | 4  Pages

Open Document

Distance education

long history, but its popularity and use has grown exponentially as more advanced technology has become available. By 2008, online learning programs were available in the United States in 44 states at the K-12 level. Definition Education where teachers and students are separated in both place and time. They communicate at times of their own choosing by exchanging printed or electronic media, or through technology that allows them to communicate in real time or through other online ways. Advantages...

Premium Virtual school, Open University, Distance education 884  Words | 4  Pages

Open Document


interactivity is a tautology. .... Therefore, to call computer media “interactive” is meaningless – it simply means stating the most basic fact about computers.’.[2] Nevertheless the term is useful to denote an identifiable body of practices and technologies. Interactive media are an instance of a computational method influenced by the sciences of cybernetics, autopoiesis and system theories, and challenging notions of reason and cognition, perception and memory, emotions and affection. Any form of...

Premium Multimedia, New media, Computer graphics 1009  Words | 4  Pages

Open Document

Virtual Education

both, and the teacher provides course content through the use of methods such as course management applications, multimedia resources, the Internet, and videoconferencing. Students receive the content and communicate with the teacher via the same technologies.[1] Characteristics of virtual education Virtual education is a term describing online education using the Internet. This term is used in K-12 schooling, often to refer to cyber schools, and in higher education, where so-called Virtual Universities...

Premium Distance education, Teacher, Educational technology 1206  Words | 5  Pages

Open Document

Become a StudyMode Member

Sign Up - It's Free