ERIC Number: ED359921
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993
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Reengineering Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Sheltered Groves, Camelot, Windmills, and Malls. Professional Paper Series, #10.
Heterick, Robert C., Jr., Ed.
Changes in digital technology offer significant opportunities to advance the quality of education for students and faculty. Technology can serve as a vehicle to expand the educational reach. Perspectives on changing higher education to fulfill the promise of educational technology are offered in the following papers: (1) "Introduction: Reengineering Teaching and Learning" (Robert C. Heterick, Jr.); (2) "Silicon in the Grove: Computing, Teaching, and Learning in the American Research University" (Richard N. Katz); (3) "Reengineering of Student Learning? A Second Opinion from Camelot" (David L. Smallen); (4) "Community Colleges: Using Information Technologies To Harness Winds of Change" (Ronald Bleed); (5) "Comprehensive Universities Refocusing for the Next Century" (Thomas W. West and Stephen L. Daigle); (6) "Information Technology--Enabling Transformation" (Carol A. Twigg); (7) "A Third Opinion from Camelot" (Thomas F. Moberg); (8) "Growing Our Academic Productivity" (Polley Ann McClure); and (9) "Reengineering or Just Tinkering?" (Don Doucette). A list of 17 resources for additional information is included. (SLD)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Community Colleges, Distance Education, Educational Change, Educational Improvement, Educational Quality, Educational Technology, Higher Education, Information Technology, Learning, Research Universities, School Restructuring, Teacher Education, Teaching Methods, Technological Advancement, Theory Practice Relationship
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