A simple but important question for teachers and technologists (and students too!) as we head into the new year …
2010 was a great year here on EmergingEdTech, but now it's time to get ready for 2011! I really want to know what you're looking for from Education Technology, and as with 2010, I'll use this knowledge to inform what I blog about here on EmergingEdTech.
If there was one Education Technology Wish List item that you could check off in 2011, what would it be? Do you need newer computers, faster Internet access, better training, more exposure to technologies that can really have an impact in the classroom, maybe a specific application,Â or maybe something else?
Please select one or more “wish list” items from the listing below (or add an item of your own choosing) and let us know what would really help you and your school. Thanks!
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Thanks so much taking a few moments to participate. I'll summarize and share these results here in a week or two.
Hope everyone is off to a great start in 2011!
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I’m very interested to see the results of your survey! You pose a very interesting topic in regards to new technologies in regard to higher education. As we continue to enroll students who are so very used to growing technologies and access to a plethora of information, it will be interesting to see what is on everybody’s wish list for 2011. Looking forward to what you find!
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Very interested in the results of this survey!
Just tweeted about your survey! I look forward to seeing a blog post of the results when you get them in.
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