Technology in Higher Education

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Technology in Higher Education by Mind Map: Technology in Higher Education

1. Research Focus

1.1. Online Learning vs. Traditional On-Campus Learning

1.1.1. Research objectives

1.1.1.1. How does English programs taught online compare with those taught in a traditional on-campus setting in terms of learning outcomes

1.1.1.2. How does English programs taught online compare with those taught in a traditional on-campus setting in terms of Student satisfaction levels?

1.1.2. Research Question

1.1.2.1. Is online learning equal to traditional On-Campus learning in terms of learning outcomes and student satisfaction

2. Trends

2.1. The Internet of Things

2.1.1. Has the potential for improving student engagement

2.2. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

2.2.1. Offer high-quality courses and make higher education accessible to a global audience

2.3. Virtual Reality (VR)

2.3.1. make higher education accessible to a global audience

2.4. Augmented Reality (AR)

2.4.1. make learning process more interesting and easier to grasp.

2.5. Artificial Intelligence (AI)

2.5.1. help highlight areas that require improvement and assist students in focusing on areas where they are lagging.

3. References

3.1. Altbach, P. G., Reisberg, L., & Rumbley, L. E. (2019). Trends in global higher education: Tracking an academic revolution. Brill Sense.

3.2. Marino, M. T., Israel, M., Vasquez III, E., Fisher, K. M., & Gallegos, B. (2018). Teaching and Learning with Technology. The Wiley International Handbook of Educational Foundations, 245-260.

3.3. Finlay, W., Desmet, C., & Evans, L. (2004). Is it the technology or the teacher? A comparison of online and traditional English composition classes. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 31(2), 163-180.

3.4. Hannay, M., & Newvine, T. (2006). Perceptions of distance learning: A comparison of online and traditional learning. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 2(1), 1-11.