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A Study of Education Technology in American Colleges and Universities

Marlinboxle

New Member
A Study of Educational Technologies in American Colleges and Universities

Completion of Educational Technology in Higher Education Student Survey and Educational Technology in Higher Education Staff Survey

A descriptive analytical study of education technology in higher education in American colleges and universities is being conducted as a model for higher education institutions in Saudi Arabia. The study will focus on the current practices in development, management and use of educational technologies. The study team has requested your participation through the completion of either the Educational Technology in Higher Education Student Survey or the Educational Technology in Higher Education Staff Survey. The success of the study is based upon your participation. We appreciate your participation and your contributions to the project will impact international higher education research and practice. Please click on the respective links below and email your completed surveys to: [email protected] or [email protected]. If you have any questions regarding the study, please contact: Dr. Badrul H. Khan, http://BadrulKhan.com/khan.


Educational Technology in Higher Education Staff Survey
http://etteam.org/usa/staff-questioner.php

Educational Technology in Higher Education Student Survey
http://etteam.org/usa/student-questioner.php
 

leopard22

Registered Member
Is this initiative part of the Saudi government's overall plan to increase the number of universities in the nation and thereby hope to eventually cut down on the number of foreign nationals that are working in Saudi Arabia to fill positions for which Saudi citizens are not qualified?

Just wondering. I'd be happy to fill out a survey for a government-based initiative, but not too thrilled if it's a corporate survey. Just don't like helping huge corporations get even bigger unless it's for a good cause.
 
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