Über den Autor
David Carbonara serves on the Elementary Education Committee, Secondary Education Committee, and the Professional Development Schools Committee in the Department of Instruction and Leadership. Dr. Carbonara is currently an assistant professor at Duquesne University.
A sample of chapters: Developing Graduate Qualities through Information Systems and Information Technology Literacy Skills; Understanding the Role or Type Preferences in Fostering Technology Literacy; Information Systems Education for the 21st Century: Aligning Curriculum Content Delivery with the Professional Workplace; Business Graduates as End-User Developers: Understanding Information Literacy Skills Required; What Literacy for Software Developers; Computer and Information Systems in Latin Paleography Between Research and Didactic Application; The Role of Project Management in Technology Literacy; Developing Technology Applications: Effective Project Management; Enabling Electronic Teaching and Learning Communities with MERLOT; Virtual Reality and Telemedicine and Beyond: Some Examples; Virtual Reality in Educational Field
Presents readers with a view of technology literacy in a learning environment. While word processing skills are important, the development of technology skills covers the areas of presentation software, storage, human interaction, and virtual reality.