The University of Arizona

Editorial: Horizon Report 2014 and Current Status of E-Learning

Betül C Czerkawski, Eugene W Lyman

Abstract


Emerging technologies are only valuable for today’s learners, if instructors make smart pedagogical choices and apply technology in the context of effective teaching practices.

DOI:10.2458/azu_itet_v2i2_czerkawski


Keywords


editorial; NMC Horizon Report; MOOCs; pedagogy

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