The implication of context in applying learning technologies
The six articles in this issue offer guidance to educators in the application of learning technology in different contexts. The first three articles are aimed at those employing learning technology on specific educational contexts – informal and formal – whilst the fourth deals with inclusion countrywide. The last two articles offer valuable insights into learner behaviours and skills in changing technological contexts.
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