Establishing a support service for educational technology within a university

  • J. A. Longstaffe
  • P. J. Williams
  • K. D. Whittlestone
  • P. M. Hammond
  • J. Edwards

Abstract

Over the past decade it has become increasingly apparent that computer technology is extremely effective in the support of teaching and learning. It has also become obvious that without proselytization and support, the adoption of this new method of teaching is patchy and frequently inappropriate. The raising of awareness, the training of staff and the provision of informed advice and support are necessary to facilitate the appropriate development of technology-supported learning within an institution.

DOI:10.1080/0968776960040113

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Longstaffe, J., Williams, P., Whittlestone, K., Hammond, P., & Edwards, J. (1). Establishing a support service for educational technology within a university. Research in Learning Technology, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.3402/rlt.v4i1.9956
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