Faculty Motives and Outcome Expectations for Using Instructional Technology

By Michelle Seelig and Diane Millette.

Published by The Technology Collection

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This research explores the relationship among faculty motives and outcome expecations for using instructional technology in the classroom.

Keywords: Instructional Technology, Pedagogy, Faculty Perspective, New Media in the Classroom, E-mail, Motives for using Technology, Outcome Expectations for using Technology, Technology in the Classroom, Technology Acceptance Model, Theory of Reasoned Action, Faculty adoption of Technology

International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 2, Issue 5, pp.83-94. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.060MB).

Dr. Michelle Seelig

Michelle Seelig received her Ph.D. in Mass Communication from Florida State University. Seelig's research interests include the convergence of new and traditional media in news organizations; and how technology is used to meet the pedagological objectives of teaching and learning in the classroom. Seelig has taught at Florida State University and Temple University. Seelig also has professional experience in video production, photography, as well as desktop publishing, and web design.

Dr. Diane Millette

Dr. Millette received her Ed.D. degree from West Virginia University. Her area of specialization is instructional communication. She has co-authored two books and several articles.


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