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Barriers to Adopting Technology for Teaching and Learning
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Educause Quarterly Volume 25, Number 2, ISSN 1528-5324

Abstract

Surveyed faculty at Ball State University to determine what factors they believe are important either in facilitating or inhibiting adoption of instructional technology. Found that major barriers include technology reliability, learning to use new technologies, uncertainty about its worth, and lack of institutional support. Includes recommendations. (EV)

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Butler, D.L. & Sellbom, M. (2002). Barriers to Adopting Technology for Teaching and Learning. Educause Quarterly, 25(2), 22-28. Retrieved April 18, 2019 from .

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