The Convergence of Business, Information Technology, and Education: A Review of Interdisciplinary Approaches
No z239u, OSF Preprints from Center for Open Science
The intricate relationship between business, information technology (IT), and education, exploring their convergence. The primary issue addressed is the dynamic interaction among these fields, emphasizing the transformation of education and business practices. The study aims to provide a comprehensive overview of interdisciplinary approaches in education and their implications for business and IT. Employing a systematic literature review methodology, the findings reveal that interdisciplinary models, collaboration between academia and industry, and the integration of IT are pivotal in fostering innovation and adaptability. Furthermore, emerging trends in technology adoption and pedagogical strategies for effective interdisciplinary learning are identified as promising research directions. The article underscores the significance of interdisciplinary education in preparing individuals for the evolving landscape of the digital age, while providing insights for educators, researchers, and practitioners navigating this dynamic terrain.
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