Technology-Assisted Instruction and Instructor Cyberphobia: Recognizing the Ways to Effect Change

@inproceedings{George1996TechnologyAssistedIA,
  title={Technology-Assisted Instruction and Instructor Cyberphobia: Recognizing the Ways to Effect Change},
  author={Gerard George and Randall G. Sleeth and Charles G. Pearce},
  year={1996}
}
Ansoff & McDonnell (1990) noted that resistance to change occurs when there is a departure from the historic behavior, culture and power structure. Resistance will manifest as behavioral resistance and systemic resistance. Behavioral resistance occurs as active opposition to change, while systemic resistance arises out of passive incompetence to change. The technology-assisted instruction drive should account for the two types of resistance, both allaying fears of instructors and educating them… CONTINUE READING

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