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British Journal of Educational Technology Vol. 47, No. 5 (September 2016) pp. 873–882
In an increasingly connected world where solving complex problems is not possible by solitary experts, educators and learners need opportunities to develop ways of thinking that allow them to engage with the dynamic and complex situations that arise ...
British Journal of Educational Technology Vol. 44, No. 4 (Jul 05, 2013) pp. 594–606
While technology has the potential to create opportunities for transformative learning in higher education, it is often used to merely reinforce didactic teaching that aims to control access to expert knowledge. Instead, educators should consider...
Topics in Language Disorders Vol. 25, No. 1 (2005)
Many students from elementary school through college encounter difficulty understanding their science textbooks, regardless of whether they have language disorders. This article discusses some of the particular difficulties associated with science...
EDUCAUSE Review Vol. 46, No. 4 (2011) pp. 14–16
IT leaders today must not only provide but also decide: which tools and services should they continue to supply, which are better delivered by others, and perhaps most critically, which methods from among the bewildering array of alternative...
EDUCAUSE Review Vol. 47, No. 1 (2012)
The role of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) in higher education is continuously changing, and the career path to becoming a CIO is not always well defined. As campuses consider succession planning, and as CIOs and those who hope to become CIOs...
Shelton M. Waggener; Rowe Theresa; Janice Rickards; Michael Hites; Dwight Fischer; John A. Bielac; Gilbert R. Gonzales; Lev S. Gonick; Brad Wheeler; Gregory A. Jackson; Brian D. Voss; Willliam F. Hogue; Richard N. Katz
EDUCAUSE Review Vol. 42, No. 6 (2007) pp. 24–26
Information technology in higher education is currently undergoing a bit of an identity crisis. Although IT is known as the go-to group when an academic research, or administrative problem needs a technical solution, IT teams exist in so many places ...