This article summarizes the results of a video technology survey in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the University of Georgia. Faculty perceptions and use of alternative video system are presented. Impacts of video technology on faculty activities and productivity are examined. Faculty adoption of video technology are described in a human capital framework. The study found that enhanced video technology would increase faculty productivity, involve more faculty in teaching activities, reduce travel time and costs, and improve communications within the college. Strategies for developing enhanced video conununications are discussed.



video technology, faculty assessments, survey

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