Technology in Developmental Education

School of Education Professor Rebecca Natow co-authored an article on using technology in education published in the Community College Journal of Research and Practice.

The article, entitled “Technology Use in Developmental Education: Experiences, Challenges, and Rationales,” examines the challenges institutions have encountered relating to technology and what considerations institutional leaders take into account when deciding whether and how to integrate technology in developmental education.

Natow co-authored the piece with Vikash Reddy of the University of California and Markeisha Grant of the New York City Department of Education.

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