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Technology – Past, Present, and Future. Lecture 3. Overview. Housekeeping Reactions to discussions (great job) Technology: Past, Present, and Future. Housekeeping. Lectures will always be one week behind Activity/Discussion this week Read & React Assignment 1 Assignment 2.

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Technology past present and future

Technology – Past, Present, and Future

Lecture 3


Overview

Overview

  • Housekeeping

  • Reactions to discussions (great job)

  • Technology: Past, Present, and Future


Housekeeping

Housekeeping

  • Lectures will always be one week behind

  • Activity/Discussion this week

  • Read & React

  • Assignment 1

  • Assignment 2


Discussions from last week

Discussions from last week

  • 1:1 schools and the changing role of the teacher

  • Role of technology is essential in our daily lives (Metcalf’s law)

  • “Education is moving from lower order thinking like knowledge/remembering to evaluation/creating which utilizes technology tremendously”


Technology past

Technology - Past

  • Computing

  • GUI operating systems

  • Media – Television and video

  • Internet and the Web

  • Scantrons

  • Telephone


Technology current

Technology Current

  • Computing (Moore’s Law; Metcalf’s Law)

  • Mobile computing

  • Smartboards

  • Social Media

    • Facebook

  • Twitter

  • YouTube: Let’s watch (4:55 mark)

  • e-Learning

  • Databases

  • e-books

  • Virtual reference

  • RFID

  • Informatics


Technology future

Technology Future

  • Ubiquitous computing

    • Increase use of “computing enabled” devices

  • Web 3.0 (more customization; user-centered)

  • Can it or will it replace teachers and librarians?

  • What are teacher and librarian roles in a tech-heavy world?


Technology management a systems p erspective

Technology Management: A Systems Perspective

  • OEM

    • Macro (Ends and Goals)

    • Micro (Means)

    • Process (Policies and Procedures)

  • Technology tenets

    • Robustness, connectivity, and stability impacts your entire network (do not skimp here).

    • Technology must be maintained, replaced, and accounted for budget wise.

    • Technology needs to be connected to goals tied to organizational goals.

    • Digital literacy involves a lot of experimentation and social/practical use (allow teachers and kids creativity and opportunity to establish utility and ease-of-use for themselves). NO TAM, no acceptance.


What s it all mean for us

What’s it all mean for us?

  • Do we need to know ALL technology?

  • Are our professions extinct?


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