ERIC Number: ED493339
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2006
Reference Count: 0
CoSN Compendium, 2006
Salpeter, Judy, Ed.
Consortium for School Networking
The 2006 Compendium looks at six issues of vital importance to education technology leaders today: (1) Measuring the Value of One-to-One Computing (Leslie A. Wilson and Eric L. Peterson with contributions from Tammy Fry, Rich Kaestner and Andrew Zucker); (2) Open Technologies in K-12 Schools (a collaborative effort coordinated by Jim Hirsch with contributions from Jim Klein, Kathryn Moyle and Vijay Sonty); (3) Not Just Fun and Games (Susan McLester with contributions from Marc Prensky); (4) You've Got the Data ... Now What? (Karen Greenwood Henke with contributions from Todd Pierson); (5) Assessment Goes Online (Rita Oates with contributions from Donelle Blubaugh and Lan Neugent); and (6) The Emerging Role of the District CTO (CoSN K-12 CTO Council). A key question that runs throughout is "What do technology leaders, need to know and do in order to support schools and districts in today's changing world?" The compendium articles offer answers to these and other questions with help from case studies, interviews with experts, and an in-depth review of the latest legislation, policy and research findings.
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Information Management, Educational Technology, Policy Analysis, Technological Literacy, Technology Integration, Computer Assisted Testing, Leadership Responsibility, Educational Innovation, Bibliographies, Academic Freedom, Access to Computers, Access to Education, Computer Software, Video Games, Interactive Video, Change Strategies, Computer Uses in Education, Foreign Countries, Case Studies
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Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Guides - General
Education Level: Elementary Secondary Education
Authoring Institution: Consortium for School Networking, Washington, DC.