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Evolving visual arts’ faculty pedagogical skills through technology integration in higher education
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This study is about the current status of technology’s usage by visual arts’ faculty members to enhance their pedagogical skills. It explores the impact of using technology in visual arts and the constraints in its integration. Researchers used qualitative research design to conduct this study. Data was collected, through semi-structured interviews, from faculty working in painting department of four institutions of Lahore, Pakistan. The findings of the study showed that faculty members were using technology for different purposes such as for art making, research and communications. However, at the same time, the use of technology was limited due to various factors, such as, insufficient funding, lack of training, teachers’ un-willing attitude and deficiency in curriculum regarding technology integration.
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