Bakia, M. (2000). Costs of ICT Use in Higher Education, Techknowlogia, Vol. 2, Issue 1.
The existing models of teaching with technology in higher education span a continuum from technology that minimally assists classroom instruction (e.g., faculty encouraging students to keep abreast of current-events in preparation for a group presentation) to multi-media instruction that occurs entirely at a distance. In the United States, it appears many types are expanding rapidly. K.C. Green (1999) found that “the percentage of [U.S.] college courses using Web resources in the syllabus rose from 10.9 percent in 1995 and33.1 percent in 1998 to 38.9 percent in 1999.” An estimatedone million students are[…]