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Why using instructional technology effectively is tough

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1 Author(s)
Reisman, S. ; MERLOT, Long Beach, CA

Although higher education has made great strides in using technology to improve instruction quality, certain barriers need to be overcome to achieve more immediate success. The advent of new technologies has created a requirement to bolster staff expertise to include teaching with technology. Unfortunately, the expertise of many faculty development centers has become bifurcated into those who know about computers and those who know about teaching and learning. Consequently, many instructor-supported activities promote using new technologies to teach in the same old ways. There appears to be a real divide between many faculty members' own learning experience and the type their students will need to thrive in industry

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IT Professional  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

March-April 2006

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