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Lessons from Sisyphus in a Technological Age

Educational Leadership Volume 56, Number 5, ISSN 0013-1784


Schools should anticipate unavoidable problems when implementing a technology plan, project, or program. Technology programs should be built around curricular needs, not gurus. Programs are costly, software remains problematic, and (large) size matters. Blending laptops and desktops is feasible. Faculty consensus helps, and upgrades are inevitable. (MLH)


Roberts, G. (1999). Lessons from Sisyphus in a Technological Age. Educational Leadership, 56(5), 75-77. Retrieved January 27, 2023 from .

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