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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, v35 n2 Spr 2009

Learning organizations rely on collaborative information and understanding to support and sustain professional growth and development. A collaborative self-assessment instrument can provide clear articulation and characterization of the level of adoption of innovation such as the use of instructional technologies. Adapted from the "Level of Use" (LoU) and "Stages of Concern" indices, the Level of Adoption (LoA) survey was developed to assess changes in understanding of and competence with emerging and innovative educational technologies. The LoA survey, while reflecting the criteria and framework of the original LoU from which it was derived, utilizes a specifically structured on-line, self-reporting scale of "level of adoption" to promote collaborative self-reflection and discussion. Growth in knowledge of, and confidence with, specific emergent technologies is clearly indicated by the results of this pilot study, thus supporting the use of collaborative reflection and assessment to foster personal and systemic professional development. (Contains 2 tables and 9 figures.)

Descriptors: Educational Innovation, Educational Technology, Surveys, Professional Development, Data Collection, Computer Software, Video Technology, Foreign Countries, Universities

Canadian Network for Innovation in Education. 260 Dalhousie Street Suite 204, Ottawa, ON K1N 7E4, Canada. Tel: 613-241-0018; Fax: 613-241-0019; e-mail: cnie-rcie[at]cnie-rcie.ca; Web site: http://www.cjlt.ca





Autor: Orr, Doug; Mrazek, Rick

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3432&id=EJ896568







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