This paper describes a research project, which seeks to explore the experience of educators with technology-enhanced teaching and learning. A particular focus of this investigation is on how the use of information and communications technology is influencing teaching practices and students' approaches to learning at the University of Melbourne. This is a naturalistic inquiry into the experience base of practitioners who have been engaged in technology-enhanced teaching and learning. Our goal is to look beyond superficial data and examine closely how information and communications technology is fundamentally influencing the nature of the teaching and learning transactions. We are interested in the untold stories of practitioners and participants in this work. Data that is collected is archived on a website, and used in a variety of ways for faculty development.
|Number of pages||12|
|Journal||Educational Technology and Society|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|