Professors online: The Internet’s impact on college faculty
AbstractThis paper reports on findings from a nationwide survey of Internet use by U.S. college faculty. The survey asked about general Internet use, use of specific Internet technologies (e–mail, IM, Web, etc.), the Internet’s impact on teaching and research, its impact on faculty–student interactions, and about faculty perceptions of students’ Internet use. There is general optimism, though little evidence, about the Internet’s impacts on their professional lives. The findings show that institutions of higher education still need to address three broad areas (infrastructure, professional development, and teaching and research) to assist faculty to continue to make good use of the Internet in their professional work.
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Jones, S., & Jones, C. (2005). Professors online: The Internet’s impact on college faculty. First Monday, 10(9). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v10i9.1275
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