Editor's Note

In countless ways, our lives have been shaped by technologies that enable us to do things that would have been unimaginable in the distant past. The almost banal contemporary ubiquity of technologies, however, belies the lack of direct translatability of technologies in educational contexts. The features in this issue touch on precisely this nexus. AP Dr Nantha Kumar Subramaniam shares an affirming narrative on the use of chatbots to aid learning, while Prof Dr Rozhan M Idrus floats the notion of technogogy, which converges the elements of learner, content, pedagogy and technology. As well, Prof Dr Widad Othman talks about the challenges of implementing OUM's digitalisation plans for 2020. Happy reading!


Dr David Lim