Evidence-based eLearning tools have proliferated in recent decades, but adoption at scale remains elusive. Educator buy-in is important for successful implementation of eLearning tools, and is often engaged through peer discussion, learning communities, and other educator network engagement. These non-expert sources of motivation and support for adoption, however, rarely embed specific implementation-related knowledge which eases initial phases of adoption and pedagogical integration. Such information is rarely missed but often missing from casual, technological, and pedagogical support. This represents a special kind of digital literacy which is integral to successful dissemination of educational innovations. The presence of implementation models or detailed narrative descriptions are recommended to support rapid and effective integration of novel eLearning technologies.
eLearning adoption, faculty barriers, digital literacy
"Passing the Baton: Digital Literacy and Sustained Implementation of eLearning Technologies,"
Current Issues in Emerging eLearning: Vol. 5
, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.umb.edu/ciee/vol5/iss1/4