Faculty Technology Use Survey

Please take a few minutes to answers these questions about your use of technology. All of your submitted input is anonymous and will go directly to Michelle Orr, Instructional Technology Coordinator, for the purpose of discovering technology use and practices among faculty. If you have any questions, please contact her directly at 704-378-1033 or morr@jcsu.edu.

We appreciate you taking time out of your busy schedule to help us out!!

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    Viewing online videos (Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, etc.)
    Participating in social networking sites (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.)
    Communicating using audio/videoconferencing (Skype, Google chat, WebEx, etc.)
    Preparing digital presentations (Powerpoint, Keynote, Prezi, etc.)
    Editing or creating graphic images (Photoshop, iPhoto, Flash, etc.)
    Editing or creating audio or video (Audactiy, Garageband, ProTools, etc.)
    Distributing surveys (SwatSurvey, LimeSurvey, Survey Monkey, etc.)
    Using online file storage/sharing (Swatfiles, Dropbox, GoogleDocs, etc.)
    Creating online content (Blogs, Wikis, Podcasting, Websites, etc.)
    Performing data analysis (SPSS, Excel, JMP, Matlab, etc.)
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    Online assessments (quizzes, course evaluations)
    Personally authored tutorials or learning modules
    Commercially prepackaged content via textbook publishers, etc.
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    Enhance my ability to teach a subject
    Address different learning styles and needs
    Simplify communication between students and instructor
    Save time
    Enhance the quality of student work
    Reduce college costs
    Expose new or career related technology to students
    Recognition from my peers
    Respond to student expectation for technology in the classroom
    Respond to administration expectation for technology in the classroom
    Grants or awards
    Enjoyment of technology
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    Lack of personal technical skills
    Lack of students' technical skills
    Lack of knowledge of how to effectively integrate technology into teaching
    Lack of technical support
    Lack of financial support
    Lack of time
    Difficulty keeping up with changes in technology
    Lack of access to technology enchanced classrooms
    Lack of rewards or incentives
    Unreliable technology
    Copyright or intellectual property issues
    Inadequate access to technologies
    Lack of models or examples for effective uses of technology
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    Projection systems in classrooms
    Smart Boards in classrooms
    Videoconferencing
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