A Position Paper on the Implementation of Learning Technology Tools: Uncovering Faculty Perceptions

Zhanat Alma Elliston
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Abstract


Effective integration of learning technology tools in classrooms is a key component of 21st century higher education classrooms. The goal of the position paper is to provide a discussion from the results of the research study and to uncover the faculty members’ views and perceptions about implementing learning technology tools. Insights from this study revealed that it is a teaching technique and style of the faculty members in the use of these learning technology tools that determined the nature of their perception of success rather than the learning tools themselves.


Keywords


Learning technology, Classroom technology, Higher education, Faculty perceptions, Challenges of learning technology tools

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.46328/ijonse.11

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