Impact of Digitalization on Education and Social Sustainability

Impact of Digitalization on Education and Social Sustainability

Projected Release Date: June, 2024|Copyright: © 2024 |Pages: 320
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-1854-6
ISBN13: 9798369318546|EISBN13: 9798369318553
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The integration of learning, digitalization, and social sustainability has given rise to a host of challenges that demand urgent attention. Chief among these is the digital divide, a growing gap that threatens to deepen societal inequalities by restricting access to essential educational resources. Privacy concerns stemming from increased digitalization, coupled with the potential biases in algorithms form a complex set of obstacles. The transformative potential of technology in education is undeniable, yet the disparities in access and the risks associated with data privacy and algorithmic biases pose formidable hurdles to achieving a truly equitable and socially sustainable learning environment.

Impact of Digitalization on Education and Social Sustainability emerges as a timely response to these challenges, offering a nuanced exploration of the intersection between learning, digitalization, and social sustainability. The book presents a comprehensive understanding of the issues at play, dissecting the challenges and opportunities. It advocates for a collaborative effort to bridge the digital divide and underscores the importance of addressing privacy concerns. By examining the potential of digital tools for personalized learning, global collaboration, and innovative teaching methods, the book charts a course toward reshaping education for a more sustainable and inclusive future.

This transformative narrative isn't just confined to theoretical discussions; it serves as a practical guide for academics, researchers, policymakers, and professionals navigating the intricate landscape of education in the digital era. The book's insights are not merely academic; they extend to real-world applications, informing policy development, professional growth, and curriculum design. Impact of Digitalization on Education and Social Sustainability stands as a beacon, illuminating the path toward a future where the integration of learning and digitalization fosters not only academic advancement but also social sustainability and inclusivity.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Academic Advancement
  • Algorithmic Fairness
  • Curriculum Development
  • Data Privacy Risks
  • Digital Era Challenges
  • Educational Inclusivity
  • Educational Inequities
  • Innovative Teaching
  • Privacy Concerns
  • Social Sustainability
  • Transformative Education
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Editor/Author Biographies

Saeed Siyal is a Research Fellow at School of Economics and Management, Beijing University of Chemical Technology. He has more than 10 years of teaching and research experience nationally in different universities in Pakistan and China. He has published in well-reputed peer-reviewed and impact factor research journals. Recently his research has been accepted in the European Academy of Management Annual Conference (EURAM), British Academy of Management Annual Conference (BAM) and 3rd international conference on environmental research and public health (an MDPI conference). He is a member of “Association for Psychological Science (APS)” and “The Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communications (SDIWC)”. His current research interests include HRM, Management, organizational behavior, and leadership.

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