This Educause Quarterly article draws on an in-depth study of humanities and social science (H/SS) faculty and their attitudes about use and nonuse of digital resources in teaching undergraduates. It explores in some detail faculty attitudes about digital resources use in teaching environments. It also summarizes the larger research we conducted on the universe of digital resources available to undergraduate educators in a subset of users in H/SS and suggests how understanding use, users, and nonusers might benefit the integration of these resources into scholarly environments.
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Title: Summary Article: Use and Users of Digital Resources: A survey explored scholar's attitudes about educational technology environments in the humanities
Publication date 2007-12-01
Publication Year 2007
Center for Studies in Higher Education
, Issue/Policy Brief
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