Questions on Technology, Globalization, Education and the Workplace PART A: 2. Spend a few moments considering the content of this course. Consider what you knew about information technology before the course started, and what you know about it now. What have you learned by taking this course? How has this course made a difference to you, if at all? Discuss. Until this time, I have always accepted technology unquestioningly as a positive force for good. I have viewed technological advancement as synonymous with the advancement of the human race. Implicit in these assumptions has been the idea that improving technology is somehow moving us closer to a golden era in which everyone lives happy, productive lives – and in which technology makes...The end:
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