Hodges edits book on self-efficacy and emerging technologies
Charles Hodges, Ph.D.
Charles Hodges, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Leadership, Technology and Human Development, edited a book that includes current research on self-efficacy and emerging technologies. Self-Efficacy in Instructional Technology Contexts provides international perspectives across broad areas of K-12 education, higher education, teacher self-efficacy and learner self-efficacy to capture a diverse cross section of research on these topics. Authors contributed from the U.S., Australia, Canada, Cyprus, Indonesia, Norway, and Turkey.
College of Education affiliated authors include Teri Melton, Ph.D., associate professor in the Dept. of Leadership, Technology and Human Development, Matthew Dunbar, director of the Graduate Academic Services Center, and Delores Liston, Ph.D., professor in the Dept. of Curriculum, Foundations and Reading. The volume was released in October.
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