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James L Morrison wrote:
> One of my colleagues, Marjorie DeWert (cc line), is on a UNC committee
> developing a policy statement and recommendations regarding technology and
> promotion and tenure decisions, the thought being that untenured professors
> who spend the time it takes to integrate information technology tools in
> their teaching may have difficulty in making tenure or in being promoted.
> Note the piece cited in a recent Chronicle article about Randy Bass who has
> described his painful but successful quest for tenure on the basis of
> technology-related work (http://www.georgetown.edu/bassr/disc&pub.html). And
> note my own article in the forthcoming 7-2 issue of On the Horizon,
> "Transforming the Role of Students and Teachers in the Information Age"
> Two requests: First, if your institution has such a policy, could you
> forward a copy to Marjorie and myself?
> Second, this issue would make a good commentary article for The Technology
> Source. If you are interested in developing such an article, please see our
> call for manuscripts and our author's guide at http://horizon.unc.edu/ts
> Many thanks.
> James L. Morrison morrison.at.unc.edu
> Professor of Educational Leadership CB 3500 Peabody Hall
> Editor, On the Horizon The University of North
> http://horizon.unc.edu/horizon Carolina at Chapel Hill
> Editor, The Technology Source Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3500
> http://horizon.unc.edu/TS Phone: 919 962-2517
> Fax: 919 962-1693
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