How Can I Use Technology to Improve Learning?


Technology in Learning, Learning, College Learning


Weaned on cell phones and laptops, nurtured on tablets, and finished on Fitbits and other gadgets, today’s students are true digital natives.

It is where they go for connections, for ideas, for answers, and more. They are innately and inherently comfortable there.

Some of us, however, are not. While not entirely foreign, technology can be confusing and overwhelming.

The options seem endless and yet still manage to proliferate overnight. It is hard to know what to use and how or when to use it.

Yet the best technologies make aspects of life simpler or better. That is true for higher education, too. The challenge, of course, is discovering the tools that will resonate with students and engage them in course materials.

If you want to know how to identify the digital tools that will work best for your courses and your students, you’ll want to watch How Can I Use Technology to Improve Learning?

Original Publication Citation

Griffin, Tyler J., Alford, Kenneth L. (2014). “How Can I Use Technology to Improve Learning?” Magna Publication Inc. 20-Minute Mentor DVD, Madison, Wisconsin.

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Ancient Scripture

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Associate Professor