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Using Technology to Enhance Students' Skills
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New Directions for Higher Education Volume 96, ISSN 0271-0560

Abstract

Identifies five forces driving colleges and universities to incorporate computer technology into curricula: improved information access; realism of simulation; work-related need for technology-based communication skills; potential for asynchronous learning; and potential to stimulate and support faculty development and renewal. Discusses challenges associated with technology, notes innovative uses at private and public institutions, and examines cost considerations. (MSE)

Citation

Deden, A. & Carter, V.K. (1996). Using Technology to Enhance Students' Skills. New Directions for Higher Education, 96, 81-92. Retrieved May 27, 2020 from .

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