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The (Mis)Use of Technology in the National Accreditation System
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Qualitative Research in Education Volume 3, Number 2,

Abstract

The use of technology in the evaluation of higher education programs is a mainstay. Physical evidence rooms, face-to-face interviews, and reviewing of documentation on site have become obsolete. Relying on the heavy use of technology in the evaluation process has allowed what some believe to be a more cohesive, streamlined approach to the presentation of data, however, many face serious concerns with the reliance on technology; what is lost? Missed? not appreciated? How much is the understanding of technology and ability to present the "show" digitally impressing the reviewers verses actual quality of programs and institution?

Citation

Munson, A. (2014). The (Mis)Use of Technology in the National Accreditation System. Qualitative Research in Education, 3(2), 130-152. Retrieved June 5, 2020 from .

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