The increasing presence of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in educational environments has accelerated changes in the teaching and learning methodologies, academic processes and evaluation, invoking the need for apt adoption and adaptation approaches. In terms of institutional management this also implies building faculty and staff readiness in addition to possible alterations in educational systems. This paper aims to provide an understanding of the cause and consequences of changes related to the inculcation of instructional technologies as ICT enabled education and provide a review of existing research in the relevant area.
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