Embracing the digital revolution

Bumphus, Walter G.
August 2015
Community College Journal;Aug/Sep2015, Vol. 86 Issue 1, p1
The article offers the author's insight on the modern classrooms where students are actively engaged in their learning, learning at their own and processing information based on their specific learning styles. He discusses the role of technological innovations in the delivery of information, focusing on the relationship between technology and student learning. Also mentioned is the need for community college to find ways to continue provide high-quality and technology-rich experiences.


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