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Digital Directions: Reader Response

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Our mission is to provide ed tech leaders like you with the quality information and advice you need to do your job better. What we hear from you will guide our coverage of future issues.

Let us know:
- How Digital Directions is related to your job

- How much time did you spend reading Digital Directions?

- How would you rate the usefulness of the articles in the premier issue of Digital Directions?: Excellent/Good/Average/Below Average?

- What is the biggest technology problem facing your district?

- What is the the size of your school technology budget?

- What topics would you like to see covered in future issues?

If you prefer to keep your comments private, e-mail your responses instead to Executive Editor Kevin Bushweller.

2 Comments

Thank you so much for your insights in the article that covered updating tech ed programs. My center is responsible for providing PD support to all teachers and staff in the district in the area of technology. Traditional how-to class enrollment has wained over the years for lots of different reasons, and seeing some of the alternative programs highlighted was really helpful.

Digital Directions is a great insightful publication for administrators and school personnel who realize that the "digital" classroom and managing data is here to stay. Our students are more familiar with technology and as we work towards becoming a 21st century school,we must embrace the change that is taking place.

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