A model for implementing microcomputers into a business education program
Uggetti, John Michael
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Many school districts have purchased microcomputers without really designing a sound plan for use in their districts. Business educators have also purchased microcomputers for their programs without analyzing all of the options that are available with a microcomputer. An enormous amount of literature is available for use of microcomputers in various curricula. However, less information is available on specific guidelines for implementing microcomputers, into the business education curriculum. Standards for selecting hardware, software, facility planning and teacher training could be beneficial to all persons involved in designing a microcomputer laboratory. Research into this area provides school boards, administrators, teachers and students with critical information for designing a microcomputer laboratory.