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Cultural Shifts

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We do what we do, because we have always done it that way....

We do what we do, because we have always done it that way.

The world is changing. Our learners are changing. How they learn, where they learn and with whom they learn, are all changing. As a result learning is changing.

However, are our institutions changing? Are our practitioners and lecturers changing? Can they change? Will they change?

Is technology the answer? Are learning technologies the solution?

How do we embed the use of learning technologies? Should we be embedding the use of learning technologies?

What about culture? How do we shift culture?

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