The wide array of knowledge and skills needed to set up one or more technology-assisted learning opportunities requires a large input of time. Lack of motivation to devote significant time to teaching development, away from research where incentives for achieving excellence are more apparent, results in reluctance by academic staff to embrace IT for teaching purposes.
Editorial. Jay Dempster. Interactions 3.1 (Spring term 1999. The entire article is available at http://www.warwick.ac.uk/ETS/interactions/vol3no1/ed.htm; clicking on this link will open a new browser window, which you should close to return to the main page.New Computer and Technological Resources for Latin Language Instruction