Is AI good for agency



  • Maria Hvid Stenalt
  • Roland Hachmann


This special issue addresses pressing questions related to the interaction between education technology and agency and motivation: how are teacher and student agency and motivation affected by education technology, and how do technology and institutional decision-making and implementation take student and teacher agency and motivation into account?


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17-06-2024 — Opdateret d. 25-06-2024


Stenalt , M. H., & Hachmann, R. (2024). Is AI good for agency: Editorial. Tidsskriftet Læring Og Medier (LOM), 17(29). Hentet fra