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Teaching, Learning, and Computing: 1998 National Survey

Date: 1998
Author: Ronald E. Andersen and Henry Jay Becker
Affiliation: Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations, University of Canifornia, Irvine and University of Minnesota


This report will describe instruction-related technology spending of American schools and show how its pattern varies across different types of schools. The main focus will be upon differentiating software and training-and-support costs from hardware costs and to explore the implications of relative spending in these areas. One important question is whether or not the digital divide is being widened by the investment strategies taken by schools. The findings of this report move us closer to being able to answer such important questions.

Source Article: http://www.crito.uci.edu/tlc/findings/report_8/REPORT_8.PDF