Addressing Instructional Technology Needs in Faculties of Education
Alberta Journal of Educational Research Volume 44, Number 3, ISSN 0002-4805
A survey of 963 undergraduates and 27 faculty members in the University of Alberta (Canada) teacher education program found that computers were most often used as a personal productivity tool and not integrated into the curriculum. Deterrents to use of instructional technology by university staff were lack of funding, lack of time to learn new technologies, and classroom infrastructure. (TD)
Gibson, S. & Nocente, N. (1998). Addressing Instructional Technology Needs in Faculties of Education. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 44(3), 320.
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