Technology-Based Learning in the Liberal Arts: Creativity and Constraint

By:
Dr Renee Houston,
Dr Josefa Lago Grana
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This paper will examine the use of technology in the liberal arts education and the broadsweeping changes students, professors and institutions face as the grapple with new technology-based pedagogical initiatives.


Keywords: Technology-based Pedagogy, Institutional Change, Technology-based Initiatives, Liberal Arts Philosophy, Technology Adoption, Hypermedia Learning
Stream: Arts, Drama and Design
Presentation Type: Paper Presentation in English
Paper: Technology-Based Learning in the Liberal Arts


Dr Renee Houston

Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Studies, University of Puget Sound
USA

Renee Houston (Ph.D. Florida State University) teaches courses on contemporary issues in organizations, technology, organization and globalization, and gender in communication.

Dr Josefa Lago Grana

Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, University of Puget Sound
USA

Professor Lago Grana (Ph.D. University of Nebraska, USA)teaches classes in Spanish and Latin American Literature.

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