Examines the integration of information technology (IT) into Higher Education teaching in the UK. Looks at the current status of IT in universities and states that IT is only valuable if it is used in educationally sound ways. Highlights the barriers to the integration of IT and ways in which it could be more effectively adopted. States that the majority of staff need support if they are to use IT to its full potential and suggests ways of bringing this about. Concludes that this has to be a long‐term goal and that it requires many resources.
Johnston, S. and McCormack, C. (1996), "Integrating information technology into university teaching: identifying the needs and providing the support", International Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 10 No. 5, pp. 36-42. https://doi.org/10.1108/09513549610146123Download as .RIS
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