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Technology Uptake and Technology Readiness in the Field of Secondary Education After Critical Disruptions.

Student: Steven Viquez morales

Supervisor: Thomas Thurner

Faculty: Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge

Educational Programme: Governance of Science, Technology and Innovation (Master)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2021

Today, secondary education is going through a period of drastic change. The industry was, for a long period, disconnected from various social changes and thus acquired the image of being a very traditional and highly conservative sector in the industry. Nevertheless, the situation it is changing rapidly. A sequence of changes will occur in the near future that will fundamentally reshape the way education is conceived, especially in the face of critical disruptions such as the COVID-19 pandemic. The major trigger for such changes comes from education-related technologies as digital libraries, distance education, learning platforms such as Massive Open Online Courses, and so on. The present paper outlines the uptake and the impact of such technologies in secondary education.

Full text (added May 11, 2021)

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