Means, B., & Haertel, G. D. (Eds.) (2004). Using technology evaluation to enhance student learning. New York: Teachers College Press.
Given the level of spending and hours devoted to technology-based activities in today’s schools, educators and policymakers need to know which technologies have real, long-term payoffs for improving student learning. This volume interprets the research perspectives published in Evaluating Educational Technology: Effective Research Designs for Improving Learning to provide valuable insights for the successful use of technology in different classroom and curricular settings. This groundbreaking resource, used alone or with its companion research volume, will give you the tools you need to make research-based decisions concerning the use of educational technology.