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    Archive for January, 2008

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    Digital Equity: Reflections on MLK Day

    I’ve written a bit about digital equity in education (see e.g. http://epaa.asu.edu/epaa/v15n3/), but mostly in academic journals.  So, I thought I’d take some time on MLK day to throw some data out there upon which we can collectively reflect.  In homes, there are significant disparities in computer access and use by race.  Fairlie (2005) found that African-Americans […]

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    Am I an educational technologist?

    One of my advisees recently defended her dissertation which involved conducting a systematic review of the literature in order to develop a model or operational understanding of the term “technology integration.”  Most of that work centered around the meaning of “integration.”  That is, since she was studying what it meant to DO something, the focus was necessarily […]

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    Web-based, Case-based Learning

    I’m headed to Charlottesville tonight for a meeting tomorrow about an ongoing effort to develop and integrate web-based cases into educational leadership preparation programs.  The Educational Theory into Practice Software (ETIPS) is being developed by Sara Dexter and Pam Tucker at UVA, and they’re currently working with a test-bed group of ed. leadership professors across the […]

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    Leadership without followers

    Not too long ago, I was asked the following question by a doctoral student: “What would a doctoral program in ed. tech. leadership look like?”  I’m certainly well aware of the NETS-A-based curriculum components developed by Scott McLeod and Joan Hughes at CASTLE, but my mind went to a dissertation that one of my advisees just […]

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    Hello edublogosphere!

    After countless half-hearted efforts to launch a blog, I’m finally making the leap.  To this point, I’ve been constrained mostly by one personal roadblock.  In the language of a former colleague, I am extremely “precise;” cognitively, everything has to be considered and everything has to be just right.  So, I mulled over hundreds (literally!) of titles for this […]

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