M.A. in School and Public Librarianship
Special Educational Services/Instruction
College of Education
Vineland High School South (Vineland, N.J.); Computer managed instruction; Education--United States--Data processing
Library and Information Science
The purpose of this study was to evaluate teacher use of computer based technology for personal use and for professional use at Vineland High School South. This study also sought to identify factors that contributed to faculty use or non-use of computer based technology in the classroom. Professional use of computer based technology by teachers was examined within specific categories, including: class preparation, delivery of information, in-class student use, special education accommodation, e-mail communications, and recording of grades. The teachers of Vineland High School South indicated the ways in which they acquired their computer knowledge and what sources were most valuable to them. Using counts and percentages, this descriptive study provided a "snapshot" of computer use at Vineland High School South and discussed implications for future staff development and training, as well as potential areas of contribution of the library media specialist.
Stokes, Diane C., "Computer based technology used by faculty members at Vineland High School South" (2005). Theses and Dissertations. 1083.