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Professional Development for Web-based Teaching: Overcoming Innocence and Resistance
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New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education Volume 88, ISSN 1052-2891

Abstract

A continuum of educators' reactions to change influences the use of learning technologies and the type of professional development needed. Technological and operational infrastructure and strategic planning for technology-based change must also be considered. (Contains 23 references.) (SK)

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Gallant, G.M. (2000). Professional Development for Web-based Teaching: Overcoming Innocence and Resistance. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, 88, 69-78. Retrieved April 24, 2019 from .

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