Stephen K. Goodwin
Library service and information science subject matter in seminars, workshops, or other appropriate formats. Topics vary and may be repeated for credit.
Participants develop leadership and planning strategies that will assist a school community with its implementation of newer technologies for significant student learning.
Electronic networking, web authoring, program integration, and support systems will be surveyed from a managerís perspective. Students will leave with tools and resources of value to school-wide planning and implementation efforts.
Student learning goals
Communicate a vision for technology leadership in the SLMC.
Identify current issues relating to the development of electronic resources in schools.
Demonstrate fluency with basic web authoring using appropriate tools.
Summarize leadership and management issues surrounding school technology planning, purchasing, implementation, staff development, and support.
Be able to demonstrate the 2007 OSPI technology - related competencies.
General method of instruction
A healthy mix of instructor and student presentations Projects and papers of immediate use to the professional
The full course syllabus will be up the week before class. It is recommended that students view: *Growing Up Online, PBS Frontline video, 2008 *Digital Nation, PBS Frontline video, 2010
Class assignments and grading