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A Multivariate Analysis of Technology and Education in the 21st Century: Antecedents and Determinants

Rocque, Sarvesh Raj (2022): A Multivariate Analysis of Technology and Education in the 21st Century: Antecedents and Determinants. Published in: Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on A Flourishing Digital Era: Innovations in Industry, Education, Management and Society , Vol. 1, No. 2 (17 October 2022): pp. 10-23.

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Globally, educational systems are undergoing a restructuring in which emerging technologies and information sciences will play a significant role. Education will undergo the most significant changes in over a century as a result of new technology and mobile devices with cutting-edge capabilities. As emerging technologies continue to advance, mobile learning methods are becoming increasingly popular. Literature reviews conducted by the author indicate that as this field of study continues to develop, more and more researchers are investigating how technology impacts learning, how it influences teaching methods, and how teachers are evaluated. Further, this paper examines the educational benefits of using technology to facilitate independent learning. Technology is helping to facilitate a fundamental rethinking of what should be taught and how it should be taught rather than serving as an adjunct to learning and teaching. An undertaking of this magnitude represents both an exciting opportunity and a serious responsibility. In an effort to meet this challenge, this article examines several key antecedents and determinants associated with education and technology. A number of terms have been integrated into the educational field of vision in recent years, including portal connectivity, artificial intelligence, big data, machine learning, mobile technologies, and intelligent learning patterns. Consequently, society and education have undergone unprecedented changes. Consequently, the use of technology in education is likely to follow a hockey stick pattern, according to the author's research. In simple terms, in light of the rapid development of technology in the field of education, the way in which knowledge is delivered and the capability to learn new things will undergo a great deal of change.

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