Teaching with Technology in Higher Education\ud Exploring how lecturers at the University of Huddersfield use technology in teaching. Working Paper No. 1
- Publisher: Teaching and Learning Institute, University of Huddersfield
The survey “Teaching with Technology in Higher Education” was part of a PhD being undertaken by Chris Shelton at the University of Chichester and 26 Higher Education Institutions took part. The survey was distributed to Huddersfield staff by Dr Cath Ellis in November 2010.\ud The survey asks about thoughts and opinions on undergraduate teaching, the use of technology and explores how university lecturers use technology when teaching.\ud In this report, Sue Folley (Computing and Library Services) and Kathrine Jensen (Teaching and Learning Institute) present the analysis of some of the main survey findings. However, not all parts of the questionnaire have been included in the analysis presented in this report and anyone with an interest in exploring further the full set of questions can contact the Teaching and Learning Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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