New professionals, (new roles and new relationships) and new technologies

Alison Hudson

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    This work contributes to areas associated with ‘new technologies’ and pedagogical and professional development in the ‘changing university’ setting. Essentially it explores the relationships between learning technologists and academic developers and their role within higher education. These two communities have played major roles in supporting the advancement of learning, teaching and professional development and the use of new technologies in higher education. However, current discourse suggests that challenges and tensions remain regarding both the nature of the roles and the alignment and integration of these roles in university settings. The work is based on an exploration of existing practices, frameworks and definitions associated with the roles and includes the development of an integrative framework for considering new practices and new relationships in ‘the changing university’
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2006
    EventNetlearning 2006 Conference - Ronneby, Sweden
    Duration: 8 May 200610 May 2006


    ConferenceNetlearning 2006 Conference
    City Ronneby
    Internet address


    • Staff development
    • Academic staff
    • Higher education
    • Information technology


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