An assessment of classroom technology usage in business
by Kathy H.Y. Hsu, John R. Tanner
International Journal of Innovation and Learning (IJIL), Vol. 3, No. 5, 2006

Abstract: While the intangible costs of learning and acquiring classroom technologies are still the major impediment to widespread adoption of classroom technologies, the extent to which the classroom technologies are used has become an important aspect in evaluating the educational quality of business schools. This study provides an initial assessment of the usage patterns of various classroom technologies in three business disciplines.

Online publication date: Mon, 24-Jul-2006

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