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An Administrator's View: The University's Role in Educational Computing
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NASSP Bulletin Volume 66, Number 455,

Abstract

Colleges and schools of education have three broad roles concerning computers in education: (1) investigation, consisting of research to determine school needs, evaluate programs, and verify educational theories; (2) instruction, or teacher preparation; and (3) involvement, consisting of educating their faculties, serving as resources, and developing course and certification requirements. (Author/JM)

Citation

Johnson, D.M. (1982). An Administrator's View: The University's Role in Educational Computing. NASSP Bulletin, 66(455), 64-69. Retrieved June 26, 2019 from .

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