The impact of faculty perceived reconfigurability of learning management systems on effective teaching practices

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This study explores whether learning management systems (LMSs) enable faculty course developers to use the reconfigurable characteristics of the software to implement the seven principles of effective teaching (Chickering & Gamson, 1987). If LMSs are to be considered pedagogically effective, these systems must help engage faculty in effective teaching… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.compedu.2012.09.005

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@article{Wang2013TheIO, title={The impact of faculty perceived reconfigurability of learning management systems on effective teaching practices}, author={Jianfeng Wang and William J. Doll and Xiaodong Deng and Kihyun Park and Ma Ga Yang}, journal={Computers & Education}, year={2013}, volume={61}, pages={146-157} }