The purpose of this paper is to detail the barriers to the integration of technology in US school systems. The harriers experienced by both individual teachers and to school systems as a whole are discussed. Student barriers, such as computer skill levels or poverty, are also discussed. In addition, this paper explains how technology should be used and the measurable benefits of doing so. Measurable benefits reported in the literature include increased performance on measures of reading comprehension, writing, components of IQ, transfer to novel tasks, and grade point average. Closing comments focus on how technology integration must be an ongoing process in order to become a successful endeavor.
Morgan, Dawn; Humphries, S. A.; and Goette, Tanya B.
"Integrating Technology to Achieve a Measurable Level of Learning,"
Communications of the IIMA: Vol. 6
, Article 6.
Available at: http://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/ciima/vol6/iss2/6