Category Archives: 3.4 Policies and Regulations

“Policies and regulations are the rules and actions of society (or its surrogates) that affect the diffusion and use of Instructional Technology” (Seels & Richey, 1994, p. 47). This includes such areas as web-based instruction, instructional and community television, copyright law, standards for equipment and programs, use policies, and the creation of a system which supports the effective and ethical utilization of instructional technology products and processes.

(501) Tech Use Plan Presentation

To see the Tech Use Plan Presentation, please click here Researching, collaborating and then creating the presentation was a great learning experience for me.  Even though this project was a mock presentation in nature, Jason and I approached the project … Continue reading

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(501) Educational Technology and the ‘Real World’

This synthesis paper argues for the need of Technology within education field.  The paper focuses on the importance of 21st Century skills that students are lacking in order to be successful in a digital society and, furthermore, shows how America … Continue reading

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(501) Digital Divide Vs. Digital Inequality

The Divide… There are many ‘divides’ in society.  For the purpose of this post, digital divide refers to those who have access to both technology and internet and those who do not.  This seems to be a simple summary to … Continue reading

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