Digital Intelligence: Using a Collaborative Academic Information System for the Adoption of Sustainable Instructional Technologies

ID: 49260 Type: Virtual Paper
  1. Kim Moorning, City University of New York, United States

Abstract: As smart technologies become pervasive, connected devices streamline distributed data from the seemingly, limitless Internet. This digitization of life is a disruption that changes the dynamics of knowledge acquisition in classrooms and campuses across the globe. Facing challenges to remain relevant, educators must find innovative ways to engage digital natives who favor each new generation of technologies. The ubiquity of collaborative media presents opportunities for educators to increase their digital intelligence. Given the rapid development and vast array of instructional media options, proficiency in selecting technologies within a pedagogical context is a complex skill. Peer technology review is critical to incorporating digital tools into classroom activities across the curriculum. This research demonstrates the efficacy of faculty peer collaboration in the adoption of sustainable instructional technologies.


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