Faculty views of the usefulness of college library technology centres and other forms of educational technology such as course management systems, clickers, document cameras, electronic and interactive whiteboards, in-class use of video and internet access, PowerPoint and other technologies. The 135 pages, surveying 550 higher education faculty in the United States and Canada.
More than a third of faculty in the sample said that in using their college’s course management system they were either “pretty much lost” or that they “know a little, a few basics.”
34.83% of the faculty in the sample have ever used electronic whiteboards.
In-class internet access had strong support among faculty. Less than 8% thought it harmful or worthless. See www.PrimaryResearch.com costs $89.50, print copy avaialable Feb 19th.