Efficacious_Technology_Management_ver._1.2
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Efficacious_Technology_Management_ver._1.2

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Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Introduction
    • Efficacious IT Management
    • The Barriers to Efficacy
    • Becoming Efficacious
    • My Assumptions About Users of School IT
    • The Role of Theory
      • Technology Acceptance
      • Cognitive Load Theory
    • The Organization of My Solution
  • Chapter 1: Information Technology, Society, and Schools
    • Information Technology and Society
    • The Non-Neutrality of Technology
      • Effects on People
      • Effects on Organizations
      • Effects on Society
    • Schools for Networked Societies
      • Nominal change in school
      • Alternatives to the Standard Model
    • Implications for IT Management
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter 2: Technology-Rich Teaching & Learning
    • Logistic Goal
    • Context for the Logistic Goal
    • Deconstructing Technology-Rich Teaching
      • Technological Knowledge
      • Content Knowledge
      • Pedagogical Knowledge
      • Pedagogical Technological Knowledge
      • Pedagogical Content Knowledge
      • Technological Content Knowledge
      • Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge
    • Supporting Educators
      • Training, Learning, and Design
    • Autonomy and its Limits in Professional Learning
  • Chapter 3: Access to Sufficient Computing Devices
    • Logistic Goal
    • Content of the Logistic Goal
    • Capacity of Devices
      • Systems with Full Operating Systems.
      • Mobile Operating System.
      • Internet-only Operating Systems
    • Availability of Devices
      • Computer Rooms and Other Common Resources
      • One-to-one Initiatives
      • Bring Your Own Device
      • The Reality
    • Capacity of Teachers
      • Technology Integration Specialists
      • Curriculum Repositories
    • Negotiating Capacity
      • Price versus Capacity
      • Capacity versus Information Task
      • Educational Usefulness versus Device Management
  • Chapter 4: IT Networks
    • Logistic Goal
    • Context for the Logistic Goal
    • Networking Starts Here
      • Local Area Networks
      • Fundamental Concepts of Networking
    • Networking Concepts and Processes
      • Data Rate or Bandwidth
      • Addressing
      • Routing
    • Wireless Networks
    • Network Management
      • Planning and Installation
      • Managing Users, Resources, and Data
      • Network Security
  • Chapter 5: Web Services
    • Logistic Goal
    • Context for the Goal: The Evolving World Wide Web
    • Managing Accounts
    • Systems for Internal Clients use for Teaching and Learning
      • Web Services for Instruction
      • Cloud Productivity
      • Virtual Classrooms
      • Electronic Portfolios
      • Web Services for Libraries
    • Internal Clients: Information and Business
      • Student Information Systems
      • Document and Business Management
    • External Audiences for Interaction
      • Disseminating Information
  • Chapter 6: Technology Support Systems
    • Logistic Goal
    • Context for the Logistic Goal
    • Effective IT Systems
    • Communication and Technology Support
      • Scheduling Shared Resources
      • Reporting, Ticketing, and Triage
      • Avoiding Cold Closure
      • On-Boarding and Exiting
    • Strategies to Increase Efficiency
      • Imaging
      • Freezing
      • Maintaining Extra Inventory
      • On-Site and Remote Service
    • Technology Roles to Fulfill
      • Chief Information Officer
      • System Administrators
      • Technicians
      • Data Specialists
    • Customer Service Skills
  • Chapter 7: Discourse, Design, Data
    • Data versus Evidence
    • Educational Design Research as a Source of Data
      • Defining Improvement
      • Designing Interventions
      • Understanding Interventions
      • Rationale for the Effort
  • Chapter 8: Understanding Change
    • Organizational Frames
      • Structural Frame
      • Human Resource Frame
      • Political Frame
      • Symbolic Frame
    • Innovations
      • The Nature of Innovations
      • Stages of Adoption
      • Innovations within Organization
  • Conclusion
  • References
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