Developing Digital Course Materials: Making Time Peter A. Maresco, Sacred Heart University, CT Digital technology offers educators the ability to produce materials that are interactive and technologically relevant to students. This paper addresses the issue of providing professors with opportunities to develop digital technologies designed to meet their individual teaching style. Sacred Heart University is used as an example of how time and professional expertise are provided resulting in personalized digital materials that effectively enhance instructional effectiveness. Selection criteria, budget, and examples of faculty projects are also provided.Winter 2007: Volume 11, Issue 4
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