Technology-Assisted Reading: Boon or Bane?
Presentation Cindy Ong
The presence of technology in our lives have radically impacted how we have engaged with it in our day-to-day activities, including the act of reading. This session will discuss the opportunities and threats of technology-assisted reading, explore how evolving consumer demands have impacted creators, and analyse if we should rethink the notion of what it means to read.
Cindy Ong (Singapore)
Cindy works at the intersection of learning, design, and technology, with a keen interest in the orchestration of future-ready tech-enabled learning. Specifically, her research is concerned with the implications that the use of adaptive technologies has on teacher-student interactions, as teachers grapple with balancing personalised learning and learning in community.
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