How technology is used in teaching is as important as the technology itself.

Consider the available technology as an additional instructional tool, the use of which must be planned and integrated into the course design like any other teaching practice.

The following links go to information that will help you select which technology to use, discussions regarding issues of pedagogy, and how technology can be used to enhance cognitive learning.

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