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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 5, Special Issue 4, Part B (2019)

Digitalization in higher education

Author(s)
Yogita
Abstract
We are running into the 21st century where technology knows no bounds. This is the phase of radical development where technology is taking over every niche and corner. Smartphones, laptops, and tablets are no more unknown words. During this phase the education system is evolving for the sake of betterment, as this generation's students are not born to be confined by the limits of simple learning; their curiosity is vast and cannot be catered with educational systems that were designed earlier. If we kept on teaching our children the way we taught them yesterday, we would deprive them of their tomorrow. Our old educational system lacks the capability to stand a chance in the 21st century. “The beauty is in finding the right balance between online and in-class learning, and the best way to make progress is to experiment with different combinations,” says Pierre. “The world of online learning is constantly evolving, and it is hard to predict where it is all going, with digitalization set to affect different disciplines in different ways. If we wait for it to be perfect before we get involved, then we will never get involved, which would be a pity. It’s a matter of familiarizing oneself with digital tools and platforms and using trial-and-error to figure out what works and what doesn’t. So we are compelled to use digitization in our educational system.
Pages: 43-47  |  365 Views  11 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Yogita. Digitalization in higher education. Int J Appl Res 2019;5(4S):43-47.
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