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Developing technologies that enhance both teaching and learning is the major challenge for education in the twenty-first century. Several factors would determine an adult's learning preferences, including their familiarity with new technologies, their attention span, and how capable they are of handling multiple tasks. For students to be ready for their respective fields, universities and colleges need to use their resources.
Both the teaching activities from which they originated, and the future teaching activities they may prompt, illustrate how technology is integral to the work of L2 professionals in the 21st century, both in their practice, their creations of materials, and even in how they conceptualize the profession. What are the core competencies that technology-related teachers should possess to effectively and critically engage in technology-related issues as a profession in a world that depends heavily on it and is connected to it?