Learning the New Technologies: Strategies for Success
New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education Volume 98, ISSN 1052-2891
Research on 255 adult educators identified their needs in learning to use instructional technology. Results were used to depict technology professional development as a transformative journey. Strategies include assessing current knowledge and needs, engaging in development of relevant curriculum materials using technology, and reflecting on practice. (Contains 16 references.) (SK)
King, K.P. (2003). Learning the New Technologies: Strategies for Success. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, 98, 49-57.
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