Analysis of Societal Researches for Future of Education and Shared Values: Role of Emerging Technologies and Research
Social works and issues
Keywords:Digitalization, Education, Online Education, Social Works, Technology
This research evaluates existing body of knowledge on societal researches for the future of education and set shared values for social actions. It is aimed that social actions have changed during Covid 19 period and future of education relies on basic steps in relation to solidarity, shared core values for the shared futures. In this respect, it is seen that emerging technologies connect people and give an opportunity to merge values and actions of people though social works. In addition, social works enhance awareness for the solidarity for the shared futures. Technology and education become key factors to shape social actions. It is important to underline social responsibility become needed skill for learners to shape social values for the future. Bibliometric analysis was conducted to evaluate conducted research related to societal values and actions in education within digitalization. It can be concluded that evaluating the themes of societal research puts an emphasis on core needed values for shaping the shared future based on collaboration and solidarity. It is crucial to put emphasis on emerging technologies and research in order to enrich practices for the future of education. It is revealed that digitalization, trust, social work, social inequality, challenges, collaboration, emergency education are key words to be considered as existing body of knowledge.
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