A case study of enabling factors in the technology integration change process

Hsu, P. S., & Sharma, P.
This article details a case study that examined the integration of technology into a college-level science course over a period of six years. Through interviews and reviews of documents, the researchers identified three enabling factors that facilitated and sustained successful technology integration. The three enabling factors included creation of a sustained leadership team, the launch of a professional learning community, and positive influences of the education system.
School-wide Tech Implementation: 
Leadership Teams
Professional Development

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