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Author(s): Sifferlen, Ned J. Title: How Community Colleges are Teaching Technology to Faculty Members. Source: Chronicle of Higher Education 49, no. 27 (March 14, 2003): p. B12-B13
Abstract: A community college president discusses how his school, Sinclair Community College, and other community colleges are working to train college faculty members to understand educational technology.

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