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Exploring Faculty Perceptions about Classroom Technology Integration and Acceptance: A Literature Review

@article{Burch2019ExploringFP,
  title={Exploring Faculty Perceptions about Classroom Technology Integration and Acceptance: A Literature Review},
  author={Zhanat Alma Burch and Shereeza Mohammed},
  journal={International Journal of Research in Education and Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={5},
  pages={722-729}
}
In examining the complexity of how higher education institutions integrate and adopt classroom technology, this study explores literature regarding classroom technology integration and acceptance that appears in research articles published from 2012 – 2018. The literature review of 148 articles was centered on a deeper understanding of faculty perceptions regarding classroom technology integration and acceptance. The evidence suggests that there is not a simple model when it comes to augmenting… 

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