Are students really that different from their lecturers? A case study in perceptions of emerging learning technologies in higher education

Mateo-Babiano, I. B., Peterson, A., MacLeod, H., McGrath, D. and Seeto, D. (2014). Are students really that different from their lecturers? A case study in perceptions of emerging learning technologies in higher education. In: Mark Zhou, Information and Communication Technology for Education. International Conference Proceedings. ICTE 2013: International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for Education, Singapore, Singapore, (1107-1113). 1-2 December 2013. doi:10.2495/ICTE131362

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Author Mateo-Babiano, I. B.
Peterson, A.
MacLeod, H.
McGrath, D.
Seeto, D.
Title of paper Are students really that different from their lecturers? A case study in perceptions of emerging learning technologies in higher education
Conference name ICTE 2013: International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for Education
Conference location Singapore, Singapore
Conference dates 1-2 December 2013
Proceedings title Information and Communication Technology for Education. International Conference Proceedings
Journal name WIT Transactions on Information and Communication Technologies
Place of Publication Southampton, Hants, United Kingdom
Publisher W I T Press
Publication Year 2014
Sub-type Fully published paper
DOI 10.2495/ICTE131362
Open Access Status Not Open Access
ISBN 9781845649746
9781845649180
9781845649197
ISSN 1746-4463
1743-3517
Editor Mark Zhou
Volume 58
Start page 1107
End page 1113
Total pages 7
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Emerging learning technologies (ELTs) have become a core facet of university life, but their role in teaching and learning is contested, and generally, not well-understood. By analyzing the perceptions of both academics and students towards ELTs, this paper aims to expand understanding of the role of ELTs in teaching and learning in one school in a research intensive university. Online surveys completed by both academics and students and smaller focus groups identified diverse perspectives on the uses of ELTs in the processes of learning in higher education. These results inform a strategic planning process at the school level to implement an Emerging Learning Technologies Preparedness Plan. Moreover, this discourse on the role of, costs and opportunities that ELTs afford is significant and timely to look at how to take a whole-of-school approach; and identify and evaluate pedagogical principles that foster active teaching and learning practices.
Subjects 1404 Management Information Systems
1700 Computer Science
Keyword Digital technology
Strategic planning for ELTs
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ

 
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