Gender and Use of Instructional Technologies: A Study of University Faculty
HETIJHEEP Volume 34, Number 4, ISSN 0018-1560
A study of instructional technology use by 367 faculty at a medium-sized public university found males rated their knowledge and expertise with some innovative technologies higher than did females. Little difference was found in frequency of use; both rated technologies as important to instruction. However, males and females differed in the factors, incentives, and barriers in technology use. (Author/MSE)
Spotts, T.H., Bowman, M.A. & Mertz, C. (1997). Gender and Use of Instructional Technologies: A Study of University Faculty. Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, 34(4), 421.
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