Faculty and instructors must receive support from administrators to dedicate time and resources to augment their pedagogies to encompass digital technologies and practices.

  • Guidelines or approaches to learning new technologies include links to resources that facilitate learning to use the tools, such as exercise files or different approaches to experimentation while learning the technology. (University of Tennessee Libraries)
  • Administrators recognize the rapid pace of technological change impacting education and ensure that there are sufficient resources and plans for proper and timely implementation. (Conestoga College)
  • Ensure that faculty have opportunities to learn about and experience new technologies and have tools and resources to implement them effectively. (Conestoga College)
  • Help educate faculty about the evolving technologies and pedagogies that currently shape the digital learning landscape. (University of West Florida)
  • Cultivate inclusive pedagogy, andragogy, and heutagogy. (Ithaca College)
  • Educators are willing and able to “take apart” their technologies, enabling them to do interesting things in the classroom by knowing the technologies inside and out. (University of Ottawa)
  • Create strategic framework and curricular support for the discovery, evaluation, and adoption for implementing new technologies for faculty, students, and staff encompassing accessibility, best practices and affordability. (Arizona State University)
  • Develop instructional design recommendations that list the pros and cons for different tools, such as the best tools for assessing learning outcomes across a program, or assembling ePortfolios. (University of Missouri)
  • Support and inform pedagogical agility in faculty that enables active exploration of technologies that actively engage students between and across areas of study. (Penn State)
  • Provide resources that support junior faculty designing (or redesigning) new curriculum for the first time, including information on pedagogical strategy, best instructional design approaches, and assessment methods of learning. (University of Connecticut)
  • Identify open educational practices that amplify pedagogical approaches. (Charles Sturt University, u!magine Digital Learning Innovation Laboratory)



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