Human-technology traffic jams (or harnessing human brainpower is more than a matter of logic)
AbstractThis paper acknowledges the innovative developments being undertaken in technology based instructional projects in Australia. However the focus here is on the 'parking problems' or more precisely the 'traffic jams': current and future difficulties in design and management of converging technologies in education. Previous papers have called for greater consideration of the learner. This paper addresses the need for consideration of human factors relating to design and management which will determine the success of technology based instruction in education and training, both now and in the future.
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