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What Do Faculty Want?
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Educause Quarterly Volume 24, Number 1, ISSN 1528-5324

Abstract

Uses classroom experience and data from a faculty survey to explore what faculty want from instructional technology. Presents several assertions, such as “faculty want instructional technology driven by pedagogical goals” and “faculty desire Web-based tools designed for a specific pedagogical task as opposed to a Swiss-Army-knife Web tool designed for many tasks.” Concludes with six recommendations. (EV)

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Chizmar, J.F. & Williams, D.B. (2001). What Do Faculty Want?. Educause Quarterly, 24(1), 18-24. Retrieved April 21, 2019 from .

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