Mistakes are meant for learning not repeating
Reflecting on global and local examples of technological projects can reveal similar patterns and problems plus it can identify fundamental lessons learned which would provide the opportunity to grow. The global and local contexts in digital learning have been the concentration in my most recent online course. What sets this course apart from the others is reviewing the literature and examining other technological initiatives, I can determine what worked, what could have been done better and apply the lessons learned, and this will empowered me.
It is import to explore and identify fundamental lessons learned from poorly defined project planning. I learned certain essentials are prerequisites for the appropriate use of ICT and adoption. Some of these include following procedures for deployment, access to adequate equipment, reliable connectivity, and technical support. Applying lessons learned from ICT in projects can set the foundation to implement a policy.
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