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Computers in the Schools: A Diffusion/Adoption Perspective

Educational Technology Volume 29, Number 11, ISSN 0013-1962


Discussion of the impact of computers on education highlights the role that educational technologists can play as change agents. Topics discussed include models of the diffusion and adoption of innovations; computer interfaces; integrated software; teacher training; teachers' roles; and the use of magnet schools to demonstrate the effectiveness of technology. (eight references) (LRW)


Dalton, D.W. (1989). Computers in the Schools: A Diffusion/Adoption Perspective. Educational Technology, 29(11), 20-27. Retrieved November 21, 2019 from .

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