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Current educational technology research provides important findings that may be beneficial for K12 teachers, teacher educators, and leaders to be aware of and/or incorporate in their own educational settings. Analysis also provides a snapshot of current trends. There is much to be learned from an analysis of research and trends represented in the ISTELIVE23 research papers. Findings might also help various stakeholders make more informed decisions and/or develop best practices.
Quantitative (i.e., descriptive analysis) and qualitative analysis of the ISTELIVE23 research papers was conducted. This presentation also includes analysis to identify current trends.
The review of ISTELive23 Research Paper sessions will provide a holistic understanding of the presentations that were accepted this year. Moreover, it can help document current trends and suggestions for future research.
A great deal of educational technology research has been conducted prior to and during the pandemic. This is a good time to reflect on the past and present to think about what research is needed for the future. A similar session was offered last year (Milman, 2022).
Milman, N. B. (2022). What post-pandemic educational technology research do we really need? [Conference paper presentation]. International Society for Technology in Education, New Orleans, LA.