Improving Education through Technology: Barriers and Recommendations
Preventing School Failure Volume 35, Number 3, ISSN 1045-988X
Three major barriers have limited the successful use of technology in education: the installed base of computers is inadequate; good educational software is lacking; and teachers have had little or no computer education or training. Recommendations are provided for overcoming these stumbling blocks. (JDD)
Hasselbring, T.S. (1991). Improving Education through Technology: Barriers and Recommendations. Preventing School Failure, 35(3), 33-37.
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