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What impact are technologies having and how are they changing practice?

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The Internet and associated tools have now been used in education for more than a decade. This period coincides with a dramatic increase in participation in higher education (HE) which is likely to continue given the Government’s widening participation aim to increase participation in HE to 50% by 1010 (DfES, 2003). ICT is seen by many as one means of supporting this and as an essential element in delivering higher education efficiently and effectively to a diverse, mass audience. This chapter will reflect on the increasing impact of technologies on education and consider the ways in which tools are being used and how they are changing practice.

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Conole, Gráinne, University of Southampton (2006) What impact are technologies having and how are they changing practice? In, McNay, Ian (eds.) Beyond mass Higher Education: building on experience. London, UK, The Society for Research into Higher Education, Open University Press/ McGraw-Hill Education pp. 81-95. (The Society for Research into Higher education).

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Published date: 2006
Keywords: Information and Communication Technology, tools, impact on practice

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Local EPrints ID: 19155
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/19155
ISBN: 033521858X
PURE UUID: 8103b5ad-3b02-48a2-acad-ff043283ae22

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Date deposited: 16 Jan 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:33

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Author: Gráinne Conole
Editor: Ian McNay

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