Faculty: The Central Element in Instructional Technology Integration
Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Volume 93, Number 4, ISSN 1082-1651
Recent studies indicate that family and consumer sciences faculty are often not provided with staff development about integrating instructional technology. Lack of training, institutional support, and promotion and tenure rewards remain significant barriers to implementation of educational technology. (Contains 32 references.) (SK)
Kagima, L.K. & Hausafus, C.O. (2001). Faculty: The Central Element in Instructional Technology Integration. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 93(4), 33-36.
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