Butterfly under a pin: Exploring the voices and stories told of faculty who adopt ICT’s for teaching and learning practices

@article{Kidd2009ButterflyUA,
  title={Butterfly under a pin: Exploring the voices and stories told of faculty who adopt ICT’s for teaching and learning practices},
  author={Terry T. Kidd},
  journal={Education and Information Technologies},
  year={2009},
  volume={15},
  pages={155-170}
}
The purpose of this preliminary study was to qualitatively explore the lived experiences of faculty who adopt ICT in a higher education setting for teaching and learning purposes. Respondents represented a wide range of academic positions. The analysis of data identified organizational support, adequate and quality resources, faculty development, and administration, leadership, and change as emerging themes affecting the faculty ability to adopt information and communication technology (ICT) in… CONTINUE READING

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