Source: Inside Higher Ed. June 2017
New framework aims to help professors make sense of the landscape of digital tools that promise to change the nature of learning.
The idea that the adoption of digital instructional technologies will lag without faculty buy-in is becoming widely accepted by college administrators and (smart) vendors alike. So, too, is the reality that professors are unlikely to buy in unless they can be persuaded that a particular piece of software or digital course content will help them teach, their students learn, or both.
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