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Reasons Schools are Not Efficiently Using Information Technology: A Case Study
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Journal of End User Computing Volume 7, Number 3, ISSN 1063-2239

Abstract

Explores how a Texas public school district progressed with a state mandate to integrate information technology into the curriculum. A survey was administered to evaluate why information technology is or is not efficiently used in the district's learning processes. Results found influential factors such as attitudes; hardware, software, and equipment needs; training needs; implementation of technology; and support of upper management. (JKP)

Citation

Mahmood, M.A. & Hirt, S.A. (1995). Reasons Schools are Not Efficiently Using Information Technology: A Case Study. Journal of End User Computing, 7(3), 22-28. Retrieved December 3, 2021 from .

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