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This book investigates the effectiveness of using computers in education through the elicitation of perceptions and attitudes of around 800 people closely involved in the teaching/learning operation.
Qualitative and quantitative data gathered in the investigation indicate that there is a high potential and enthusiasm in using Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in the day-to-day practices of all parties, with more among students and trainees than among teachers.
A case-study, used to crosscheck claims, shows that “e-learners” do, in fact, improve their performance when there is a high level of motivation and follow-up.
The collected data are described, analyzed and put to inferential statistical scrutiny to empirically show that ICT in general and the computer are the best pedagogical aids to human learning nowadays.
Agnaou holds a PhD in Educational Technology and a TESOL Certificate.
He is a faculty member at the School of Humanities & Social Sciences of Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco, where he serves as School Coordinator and University GenEd Coordinator.
In 2018, he won the Teaching Excellence Award in recognition of his innovative pedagogy.
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