There’s a difference between learning about a technology and ‘learning technologies’. The latter refers to a technology that can be used to help with teaching, learning and/or the learning experience.
“…Learning Technology as the broad range of communication, information and related technologies that are used to support learning, teaching and assessment.”
Association for Learning Technology (ALT)
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