Embedding technology in curriculum design and development

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At the wake of the new millennium, technology has become omnipresent in all walks of our life. The generation “Y” (or also known as Digital Natives) learners are exposed to versatile language learning opportunities transformed by the use of technology mediated resources, materials, tasks and learning environment. These learners seem to be captivated by technology and anything which deprives of them technology has no meaning for them. Thus there is an indispensable need to evolve a curriculum and materials through/with technology that would facilitate, stimulate and augment the learning process. The present day curriculum designing should ensure the space for technology in order to enhance the performance and achievements of the students. In fact the need based curriculum and outcome based education are gaining grounds in our country and almost all the stake holders(learners, teachers and employers) anticipate a curriculum which could embed technology in order to ensure and sustain quality in higher education. Hence this paper purports to study the viability of a curriculum design & development and material production with enough prominence to technology.




Tamilmani, K. T., & Nagalakshmi, R. (2019). Embedding technology in curriculum design and development. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(7C2), 252–256. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3557543

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