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What is Microtization

Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technologies and Adult Education Integration
Microtization has been defined as the trend of computers and other technology to become even-smaller. It not only applies to computers but other technologies such cell phones, laptops, and media players.
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Traditional Instructional Design for Online Learning vs. Unconventional Instructional Design
Ernest W. Brewer (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA) and Stephen D. Stockton (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61692-906-0.ch046
In the field of online learning, instructors need to move past the limitations that are imposed by a traditional instructional design mindset and embrace new ways of approaching instruction. Online learning can remove barriers of space and time and provide a learning experience that is focused on the learner. Educators need to understand the way technology is reinventing communication and enhancing how information is processed. Only by accepting the unconventional instructional designs that technology can bring, can educators be prepared to reach and teach the students of this digital age.
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Adapting Adult Learning Theories for Online Learning
This a term that describes the trend of computers and other technology devices to shrink in size while expanding in capacity. However, it is also applicable to the specialized tasks that fuel the drive to learn.
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