The Dilemma of Recruiting, Rewarding, Retaining or Retraining Technically Competent Faculty in Higher Education

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Valerie C. Bryan
Eileen N. Ariza
Richard H. Knee

Abstract

In today's educational arena, it is easy to find competent faculty who are outstanding in their disciplines. However, finding faculty members who are also competent in technological skills in another matter altogether. This article explores the problems institutions of higher learning face today in their quest to employ technologically competitive faculty members, and logically explains why most educators are reluctant to utilize that same technology. Remedies that address these issues are discussed and solutions are offered to help engage more educators to utilize current technologies in their teaching.

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Bryan, V. C., Ariza, E. N., & Knee, R. H. (1). The Dilemma of Recruiting, Rewarding, Retaining or Retraining Technically Competent Faculty in Higher Education. HOW Journal, 9(2), 17-22. Retrieved from https://howjournalcolombia.org/index.php/how/article/view/187
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Research Reports