Top-Ten Teaching and Learning Issues, 2007
Educause Quarterly Volume 30, Number 3, ISSN 1528-5324
The EDUCAUSE Advisory Committee for Teaching and Learning (ACTL) has identified the key technology-related teaching and learning issues in higher education for 2007. The 10 important teaching and learning issues are: (1) Establishing and supporting a culture of evidence; (2) Demonstrating improvement of learning; (3) Translating learning research into practice; (4) Selecting appropriate models and strategies for e-learning; (5) Providing tools to meet growing student expectations; (6) Providing professional development and support to new audiences; (7) Sharing content, applications, and application development; (8) Protecting institutional data; (9) Addressing emerging ethical challenges; and (10) Understanding the evolving role of academic technologists. Each of these top-ten teaching and learning issues is explored in this article. (Contains 5 endnotes.)
Campbell, J.P. & Oblinger, D.G. (2007). Top-Ten Teaching and Learning Issues, 2007. Educause Quarterly, 30(3), 15-22.
- College Instruction
- Computer Oriented Programs
- Computer Security
- Educational Improvement
- Educational Strategies
- educational technology
- Institutional Administration
- Job Skills
- professional development
- Staff Role
- Theory Practice Relationship
- Web Based Instruction
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