ERIC Number: ED361010
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993-Jul-20
Reference Count: N/A
Technology, Teaching, & Trustees in 2001: A Guide for Leaders.
Locksley, Norman; And Others
The seven presentations in this collection explore the directions technology is taking, its importance to teaching and learning, and the role of two-year college trustees in realizing technology's contribution to student success. First, Norman Locksley provides a "Welcome and Overview." Next, "Technology Today: Direction for 2001," by Bob Vogt, discusses the present status and future directions of mainframe and personal computer technology; networking in the classroom, college-wide, and with other networks nationally and internationally; and the impact of educational technologies on traditional structures. In the next section, "Teaching/Learning, Today and Tomorrow," Geneva Waddell addresses the perceptions of students, teachers, and administrators about the teaching and learning changes that will take place as a result of technology, focussing on instructional technology, teacher/learner roles, and student success. Next, "Trustees," by Norman Locksley, advises trustees to set up local area networks and get computer power into the classrooms and the hands of students. The next section, "Impact and Change," by Robert Parilla, highlights some of the ways computers are being used at Montgomery College in Maryland. Next, "How To Manage Your Board's Data Flow," by Norman Locksley, discusses report development procedures used by Montgomery College trustees. Finally, "Multimedia and Video Discs: Some Studies of Interest," by Geneva Waddell, reviews studies on the outcomes of instructional technology use. (PAA)
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Note: Forum papers presented at "Leadership 2000," the Annual International Conference of the League for Innovation in the Community College and the Community College Leadership Program (5th, Washington, DC, July 18-21, 1993).