Fetters, Michael L.; Duby, Tova Garcia
February 2011
Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks;Feb2011, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p81
Academic Journal
Faculty development programs are critical to the implementation and support of curriculum innovation. In this case study, the authors present lessons learned from ten years of experience in faculty development programs created to support innovation in technology enhanced learning. Stages of curriculum innovation are matched to stages of faculty development, and important lessons for success as well as current challenges are delineated and discussed.


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