Planning for Higher Education Journal

Second Thoughts of a High-Tech Cheerleader

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From Volume 25 Number 1 | Fall 1996
By Susan Saltrick

Contends that new technologies should be viewed as enhancements to existing modes of instruction, rather than replacements. Furthermore, the author asserts that new technologies have failed to supplant student desire for community or the importance of connection to a physical place – to a "real" reality, not merely a virtual one.

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