The Impact Of Technology On Education Planning And Administration


  • Garima Bhati
  • Dr. Jyoti Dahiya


Education has been profoundly influenced by the lightning-fast rate of technological progress, which has compelled institutions to modify and adapt. Administration, instruction, and production may all benefit significantly from technological advancements. Increases in student independence in the study and gains in student cooperative learning, curricular integration, learning style strategies, and cross-age tutoring have all been connected to its use. It is essential to translate theoretical knowledge into practice by understanding the advantages and limitations of technology in the classroom and in administrative jobs. The introduction of web-based LMSs like WebCT and Blackboard, which integrate pedagogical and administrative tools, has had far-reaching effects on the field of higher education. The perspectives of technology on educational planners and leaders were revealed in this qualitative study. Institutional administrators' viewpoints on risk assessment were gathered using an open-ended questionnaire called the "Interview Form for the Evaluation of Technology Use by Institutional Administrators." We employed content analysis to extract meaningful information, form meaningful concepts, logically arrange data, and spot patterns. The research attempted to build bridges and spot patterns in the data, leading to a more refined conceptual framework. 73% of administrators are self-driven, knowledgeable, and computer savvy, and 40% are dedicated to continuing their education and professional development. The results may be used by educators and administrators to integrate technology better, enhance pedagogy, and optimize administrative procedures, all of which contribute to an educational setting that is more open to innovation and diversity.


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Bhati, G. ., & Dahiya, D. J. . (2024). The Impact Of Technology On Education Planning And Administration. Migration Letters, 21(S7), 995–1006. Retrieved from