Teaching, instruction, technology, faculty development
Employing the descriptive multiple case study method, this qualitative study explores the experiences of ten faculty members involved in learning about technology at a Major Pubic University in the United States. Participants shed light on the learning process in instructional technology by sharing their personal experiences, perspectives, ideas and behaviors. This paper summarizes the results of the study, making comparisons with related literature, and then discussing its practical implications and recommendations for faculty development. The findings indicate the need of a more holistic approach to faculty development programs in instructional technology.
4th INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER AND INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS
ALI MURAT SÜNBÜL, ISMAIL SAHIN
Maya Akademi Publishing
Marinho, Robson Moura, "Faculty Development in Instructional Technology: A Multiple Case Study" (2010). Faculty Publications. 248.