Just in Time Technology


 From Now On
The Educational Technology Journal

Special Summer 2000 Issue


The Ties that Bind
and the Links
that Set Us Free

by Jamie McKenzie

This article is the basis for a keynote speech presented July 8, 2000 at the AASL President's Program in Chicago.

Concerned that too much emphasis is being placed on information technologies and equipment instead of information literacy and professional development, McKenzie argues for greater stress on the skills required for prospecting, interpreting and creating good new ideas.


with Information Literacy

by Jamie McKenzie


This article appeared first in the Spring, 2000 issue of TECHNOS.

Information literacy is the key to a successful technology initiative. By moving past technology to literacy, we are able to mobilize a greater proportion of our teachers to make frequent use of the network and are able to achieve more impressive student achievement.


Credits: The photographs were shot by Jamie McKenzie.
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