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ALE 790 - Adult Learning and the Digital Age

Both adult educators and learners must recognize the ubiquitous nature of technology and its importance in adult learning. This course focuses on the ways adult educators and learners leverage current and emerging technologies in educational and working environments. Learners will explore how information and communication technologies (ICTs) enhance key adult learning concepts, to include self-directed learning, learner autonomy, and motivation. Prerequisite: ALE760 & ALE770

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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