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Technology Adoption for Use in Instruction by Secondary Technology Education Teachers

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Joe W. Kotrlik

Louisiana State University, US
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Atherton Professor of Human Resource Education & Workforce Development at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge.
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We have come a long way from using just desktop PCs in the 1980s to using a wide variety of technology for instructional purposes such as the Internet, the iPod, blogging, laptop computers, podcasting, e-learning platforms (e.g., Moodle, Blackboard), interactive whiteboards with video-capture technology, streaming videos, and using iPod as a digital notebook. We have also moved from a local classroom to a global classroom via distance learning technology.

How to Cite: Kotrlik, J. W. (2009). Technology Adoption for Use in Instruction by Secondary Technology Education Teachers. Journal of Technology Education, 21(1), 44–59. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v21i1.a.3
Published on 21 Sep 2009.
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