Socially Responsible Learning in the digital age: A literature review

ID: 55106 Type: Brief Paper
  1. Klaus Schmidt and Saundarya Srivastava, Illinois State University, United States

Tuesday, June 25 4:45 PM-5:05 PM Location: Jordaan 1&2 View on map

Presider: Annabell Bils, FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany

Abstract: The inception of innovation takes place when technology blends together with strategic learning. The world today is all about formulating the future with the best digital solutions. The need of the hour is to encourage academic learning to go hand in hand with the overall character development of students. Students are constantly interacting with technology and are relying on it for solutions to various socio-economic problems. It is vital to prune students from the very beginning so they can emerge as problem solvers. It is therefore important to bring about a transformation of teaching methodologies and create interactive and socially responsible learning environments. This approach can foster knowledge and build a profound foundation for students to fathom a cogent solution to major societal issues.


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