Briggs, Linda L.
May 2013
Campus Technology Magazine;May2013, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p12
The article focuses on faculty development as education technological issue that needed much attention. It says that faculty development is said to be a hindrance to a more effective teaching, wherein engagement of faculty into information technology (IT) must be an implemented programs of most schools. It mentions several strategies that some institutions are using to improve the use of IT of their instructors including evaluation and analysis, mutual mentoring, and communication.


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