The OVERALL GOAL OF WORKSHOP
To provide participants with evidence from research findings and practice on the current state of the debates and discourses in new technology application to continuing education studies, that will redound to the promotion of positive attitudes and abilities in the proper use of these new tools, techniques and resources.
To encourage participants to embrace creative and innovative solutions to current and future practices in the transfer of knowledge to continuing education learners.
To assist participants in exploring and developing an awareness of the human potentials related to the use of technology in all areas of life.
To assist participants in gaining awareness of the importance of adjusting to the changing educational environment that is possible with the use of new technological trends and learning strategies in continuing education studies.
To assist participants to recognize problems and opportunities existing with the new trends and strategies.
To assist participants in becoming aware of the issues, challenges of ICT and web-based technologies in continuing education studies.
To assist participants to understand human preferences and the ethical and environmental impacts associated with the use of technology in continuing education studies.
KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES
Participants will be able to Identify, select, and efficiently use appropriate technological knowledge, resources, and processes to satisfy the wants and needs of adult learners in continuing education studies
Participants will be able to evaluate technological aids according to their positive and negative, planned and unplanned, and immediate and delayed consequences.
Participants will be able to evaluate technology’s capabilities, uses, and consequences in online and onsite learning opportunities.
Participants will be able to appreciate the scope of web-based technology as a tool for knowledge transfer
Participants will appreciate the importance of, the efficiency and affordability that information and technology bring to continuing education