The Tools to Learn: Classroom Technology Selection

Thursday, April 07 | 12:15PM–1:15PM | Concerto C
Session Type: Professional Development
Determining what is the "right" technology and what is the best value is always a challenge when designing or updating a modern classroom. Join us to discuss the processes we used to determine what technologies were selected and how they were implemented. Change is never easy. We will discuss how faculty, facilities, and staff were involved in the selection and the requirements of the classroom technology. Learn how to make these decisions based on cost, value, reliability, and availability. We'll also ask you to share the systems and software you provide on your campus. These reports will be grouped by type and size of organization so that participants of similar organizations can share their choices, successes, and challenges.

OUTCOMES: Explore classroom technology selection processes * Recognize the importance of involving stakeholders, including faculty, in the selection process * Understand the value of various factors (cost, value, reliability, availability) and what other institutions are providing to their students


  • Jim Crawford

    Executive Director, Office of Technolgy Services, Lone Star College System
  • Paul Stoll

    Director, Arizona State University

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