Experiences and perspectives of Information Technology-enhanced learning and teaching in higher education – Ghana case

  • Dr. Yogesh Kumar Sharma, Jarikre Amos O

Abstract

In a period of progress, advanced education is in the situation of adjusting to outer conditions made by broad selection of mainstream innovations, for example, online life, long range informal communication administrations and cell phones. For employees, there must be open doors for solid encounters fit for creating an individual conviction that a given innovation merits utilizing and a comprehension of the settings where it is best utilized. The paper looks at ways to deal with instructive expert advancement at The Open University, including ongoing activities identified with personnel improvement comparable to portable learning. The paper ponders what can be gained from these encounters and proposes a deep rooted learning viewpoint which can help the advanced education workforce to adjust. Employees need to focus on deep rooted getting the hang of, recalling that 'proficient good example' to understudies is one of the principle jobs of the educator.

Published
2020-10-01
How to Cite
Dr. Yogesh Kumar Sharma, Jarikre Amos O. (2020). Experiences and perspectives of Information Technology-enhanced learning and teaching in higher education – Ghana case. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(08), 5772 - 5779. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/33123
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