Study Title:Examining the Attitudes and Opinions of Instructional Technology Professionals about Using Tablets for Collaboration
Examining the Attitudes and Opinions of Instructional Technology Professionals about Using Tablets for Group Collaboration as a Way to Facilitate Critical Thinking in Postsecondary Instruction.
As an instructional technology professional teaching (or having taught) in a postsecondary setting, you are invited to participate in a research study conducted by Jerry Hubbard, a doctoral candidate in Educational Technology at Walden University. This study will supplement the current gap in the availability of quantitative research that examines the use of portable tablet technology as a tool to promote collaboration in an effort to develop dispositions toward critical thinking in postsecondary student learning environments. Using this survey, the study seeks to understand how you (postsecondary instructors) perceive the incorporation of tablet technologies in instruction, how you have incorporated such technologies to support collaboration, and your perceptions of the relationship between collaboration and the development of critical thinking dispositions in students.
Participation in this study is closed.
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