Information and Communication Technology in Education — Discrepant Event or "Virtual" Necessity? ICT and Teacher Education
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International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 11, pp.17-22.
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Currently, I am a full professor in the University of Alberta's Faculty of Education. My primary teaching and research responsibilities are in the area of information and communication technology as they relate to teacher education. In addition to developing numerous refereed publications, it has also been my privilege to present at a large number of national and international conferences. Recently, these conferences have included the International Conference on Computer Based Learning in Science (UK, Netherlands, Czech Republic and Austria), the National Educational Computing Conference (US), the International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, and the International Conference of the Society for Information Technology in Education. Prior to my eighteen years at the University, I enjoyed a ten year career with Edmonton Public Schools as a teacher, department head (math and science), Microcomputer Consultant, and finally, as the leader of the District's distributed systems team.
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