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Formative research on an early stage of the systemic change process in a small school district
Joseph, Roberto; Reigeluth, Charles M.
Supporting change and scholarship through review of online resources in professional development settings
Ravitz, Jason; Hoadley, Christopher
Innovating in higher education: contexts for change in learning technology
Challenge 98: sustaining the work of a regional technology integration initiative
Billig, Shelley H.; Sherry, Lorraine; Havelock, Bruce
Why we all want it to work: towards a culturally based model for technology and educational change
Kerr, Stephen T.
Computers on wheels: an alternative to ‘each one has one’
Grant, Michael M.; Ross, Steven M.; Wang, Weiping; Potter, Allison
How can academics stay in control?
Nijhuis, Gerard Gervedink; Collis, Betty
Swinging from a tree: can the process of technological integration be improved using Fault Tree Analysis?
From telematics to web-based: the progression of distance education in Newfoundland and Labrador
Implementation profile inventory: comparing K–12, higher education and business
Ensminger, David C.
Time and implementing change
Porter, Barry E.
Do we plan the journey or read the compass? An argument for preparing educational technologists to lead organisational change
Kowch, Eugene G.
Factors that influence faculty members’ uptake and continued use of course management systems
D’Silva, Reginald; Reeder, Kenneth