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New technologies for teaching and learning: Challenges for higher learning institutions in developing countries

  title={New technologies for teaching and learning: Challenges for higher learning institutions in developing countries},
  author={Alfred Said Sife and Edda Tandi Lwoga and Camilius A. Sanga},
  journal={International Journal of Education and Development using ICT},
The application of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) is already changing the organization and delivery of higher education. The pedagogical and socio-economic forces that have driven the higher learning institutions to adopt and incorporate ICTs in teaching and learning include greater information access; greater communication; synchronous and asynchronous learning; increased cooperation and collaboration, cost-effectiveness and pedagogical improvement. However, ICTs have not… 

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