Changing roles and competencies of academics

@inproceedings{Briggs2005ChangingRA,
  title={Changing roles and competencies of academics},
  author={Senga Briggs},
  year={2005}
}
This article presents the findings of a small study in a single school of a post-1992 university. The study considered the roles of the online academic and ascertained perceived competencies in these roles. The findings suggest gender differences in perceptions of the importance of online roles and gaps between roles and perceived competencies in these roles, suggesting some academics feel ill-equipped to meet online demands. The study indicates that appropriate learning and development… CONTINUE READING

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