Integrating Technology in Higher Education contains 20 chapters that provide technology integration experiences of authors from four continents and a diversity of disciplines in higher education settings. The utilization of various hardware and software tools to facilitate teaching and learning is discussed in the chapters of this edited book. The four major themes that crisscross the chapters of the book are: infrastructure, instructional design, integration, and interaction. Chapter authors share their real-life technology integration experiences and offer tried and tested suggestions and recommendation to others who wish to integrate technologies into their own educational settings.driving a Ford Taurus today, you are a#39;pilotinga#39; a vehicle that contains more computing power than the first lunar landing module ... by the 25 years it took to get overhead projectors out of the bowling alley and into the classroomaquot; (Gilbert aamp; Green, 1997, p. ... aquot;When it comes to applying digital technology in the classroom, the biggest obstacle for higher education has nothing to do with resources or wiring.
|Title||:||Integrating Technology in Higher Education|
|Author||:||M. O. Thirunarayanan, Pzrez-Prado Aixa|
|Publisher||:||University Press of Amer - 2005|