American Sociological Association



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  1. What Sociologists Know About the Acceptance and Diffusion of Innovation: The Case of Engineering Education

    This report is based on a worskhop convened by the ASA and the National Academy of Engineering. It brought together participants so that the engineering community could better understand what sociologists know about organizational contexts, reward systems, and networks that might increase the acceptance and diffusion of innovations in engineering education, and to develop potential joint studies to address what is not known.

  2. The Effects of New Technology on the Growth of a Teaching and Learning Network

    This presentation introduces findings from ASA's National Science Foundation-sponsored study of a network of adopters and users of the Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology (TRAILS), a sociology digital teaching and learning library.