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Teaching and Technology in Higher Education: Changes and Challenges
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Adult Learning Volume 10, Number 4, ISSN 1045-1595

Abstract

Institutions of higher education have embraced distance education but have not addressed concerns such as intellectual property rights and university-based career paths. Because of their limited commitment to the integration of technology into instruction, universities may be left behind. (JOW)

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West, G.B. (1999). Teaching and Technology in Higher Education: Changes and Challenges. Adult Learning, 10(4), 16-18. Retrieved September 18, 2019 from .

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