Issues in Learning with ICT
Explore how new information and communication technologies can be used effectively in the process of learning. Question the legal, ethical and social issues that arise when using ICT, and evaluate the potential for using ICT in specific professions
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The University of New England is the only Australian public university to be awarded the maximum 5 stars for Overall Experience by the Good Universities Guide, 13 years in a row. UNE has delivered distance education since 1955—that’s longer than any other Australian university. Perhaps that’s why students continue to rate UNE so highly for student satisfaction and teaching quality. With over 170 degrees offered online, and more than 20,000 online students, UNE is the expert in online education.
Upon completion of this subject, students will be able to:
- analyse the role that new technology can play in enhancing learning;
- critique educational issues that arise when using ICT;
- analyse the problems created through learning with ICT (legal, ethical, social); and
- evaluate the potential for using ICT in specific professions.
- Context analysis
- Pedagogical issues
- eLearning issues
You must either have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject, or currently be enrolled in the following subject(s); or enrol in the following subject(s) to study at the same time or prior to this subject:
No special requirements
This subject explores how ICT can be used effectively in the learning process. Issues that arise when ICT is used in learning are examined. Students are required to analyse ICT use in the workplace relevant to their profession and to justify their use of ICT in the light of recent research.
- Assignment 1 (40%)
- Assignment 2 (60%)