Saturday, November 21, 2009

Works Cited

Works cited within this blog:

Bitz, G., Johnson, M. J., Barry, R., Cubero, A., Huneycutt, H. J., Miller,M. . . . and Wilcox, P. (2009). Trends in Technology; 2009 Review; Digital Disruptions. AGA CPAG Research Series, 21. Retrieved from

Bohr, Niels (n.d.) In SaidWhat?. Retrieved from

Cain, Bonnie (2009, April 22). Texas School Funding Crisis; Presentation to the Pearland ISD Board of Trustees [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from

Equity Center (2009, January 22). Equity Center Draft Report; Issue Brief: Achieving an Efficient Public School Funding System. Retrieved from

Johnson, Doug (2002). Rubric for Administrative Technology Use. Retrieved from

Lanclos, Patsy (n.d.). Technology Applications Inventory. Retrieved from

Paisley, Brad (2009). Welcome to the Future. In Cowboy Lyrics. Retrieved from

State Educational Technology Directors Association – Profiiling Educaitonal Technology Integration, in partnership with Metiri Group (2004). SETDA Teacher Survey. Retrieved from

Texas Education Agency (n.d.). Information about the TA TEKS. Retrieved from

Texas Education Agency, School Technology and Readiness (2006). School Technology and Readiness; a Teacher Tool for Planning and Self-Assessment, Aligned with the Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020. Retrieved from

Texas Education Agency (2006, December). Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020; A Report to the 80th Texas Legislature from the Texas Education Agency. Retrieved from

Texas Education Agency (2008, September 15). Campus Statewide Summary by Key Area. Retrieved from

Verizon Business (2009, November 12). Verizon Business Identifies Top Technology Trends That Will Support Business Expansion as Economy Recovers; Global IT Solutions Leader Ready to Help Customers Worldwide Take Advantage of Pent-Up Growth Opportunities in 2010. Retrieved from

Thursday, November 19, 2009

We re-join this blog. ..

Previous readers. . . be patient. I'm putting the blog on "hold" while completing an assignment for graduate school. The next five weeks will be filled with blogged assignments, and I've put all of the personal items as 'drafts,' so as not to confuse the folks grading my school work. Check back after the first of the year for more of the real me.