Scaling up a learning technology strategy: supporting student/faculty teams in learner-centred design

  • Tom Carey
  • Kevin Harrigan
  • Antonia Palmer
  • Jonathan Swallow

Abstract

The need for post-secondary institutions to think strategically about the application of learning technologies has been well documented. The strategy must plan to effect change in faculty approaches to teaching and learning, not just to 'add technology and stir'. An effective strategy will also address both content - the particular applications with the most leverage for institutional goals - and the process of obtaining commitment and moving forward (Daniel, 1996).


DOI: 10.1080/0968776990070203

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Kevin Harrigan
How to Cite
Carey, T., Harrigan, K., Palmer, A., & Swallow, J. (1). Scaling up a learning technology strategy: supporting student/faculty teams in learner-centred design. Research in Learning Technology, 7(2). https://doi.org/10.3402/rlt.v7i2.11528
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