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Obsolete and Emerging Technologies:

Obsolete and Emerging Technologies From Overheads to LCD’s

Obsolete: Overhead Projectors:

Obsolete: Overhead Projectors Death to the overhead The Uprising of the LCD Overheads were great for reaching instructing larger groups.

TETRADS:

TETRADS Overheads LCD’s SIX FORCES

SIX FORCES:

SIX FORCES Rhymes of History 1 Science Fiction 1 Evolution 2 Rhymes of History 2 Science Fiction 2 Disruptive Increasing Returns Red Queens Evolution 1 STAKEHOLDERS

STAKEHOLDERS:

STAKEHOLDERS A comparison IT Specialist and Decision Makers 1 End Users The Technology Plan IT Specialist and Decision Makers 2

Overhead Tetrads:

Overhead Tetrads RETURN

LCD Tetrads:

LCD Tetrads RETURN

So, why would technology which seems to be so useful, becoming obsolete?:

So, why would technology which seems to be so useful, becoming obsolete ?

Evolution of Technology:

Evolution of Technology It ’s a natural progression for new devices to grow from previous technology. As long as it still meets a need or suits a purpose it will continue to develop. RETURN

Evolution of technology currently:

Evolution of technology currently Technology in schools, where does it start? Technology plan Surveys Data collection Guidelines RETURN

Rhymes of History:

Rhymes of History As discovered in the retrieval section of the tetrad, New technology is a fresh emergence of the impact felt many years before from another technology. RETURN

Rhymes of History Cont.:

Rhymes of History Cont. Overhead projector have not prehistorically preceded LCD projectors, but they were a natural progression in the classrooms. LCD’s Easy to operate, N o need for additional accessories to make the equipment operational RETURN

Science Fiction :

Science Fiction Inspiration from movies encourage creativity. Flat Two-dimensional pictures with no movement (overheads) Flat two-dimensional pictures with movement (LCD) Three-dimensional projected images with movement (Laser light shows) RETURN

The future teachers want now!:

The future teachers want now! Smartboards Activslates Activdevices Ipods Cd Players Ipads Wireless mobile computer labs Laptops RETURN

Disruptive Technologies :

Disruptive Technologies T here’s an App for that!? RETURN

Increasing returns/ Red Queens :

Increasing returns/ Red Queens From the Camera Obscura , to the Magic L antern, onward to todays projectors, there has not been competition between two technologies in the projection industry which has caused others to disappear or competitors to move ahead RETURN

Decision Makers :

Decision Makers What are your feelings about the transition of technology since you began working here ? How is technology selected for consideration to be used in the system? Looking at the storage closets in my school I assumed There were hundreds of overhead projectors sitting in schools no longer in use . W ere the overheads purchased as a mass order or were they initially fazed in when they brought into the schools? Was there was as much interest in interactive white boards, or did it seem to be a more practical transition from the overheads to LCD projectors ? RETURN

Decision Makers cont.:

Decision Makers cont. Why was the LCD adopted, by our school system? Do you notice a difference in the amount of technology being used, or requested, in the different levels of schooling ? Are you noticing a shift in technology purchasing or request to anything new in the past two to three years, which could possibly make the LCD obsolete? What do you feel would be the most idea technology to equip all the schools with for the most effective learning environments ? RETURN

Technology Plan (Data):

Technology Plan (Data) County Schools Balanced Score Card Individual school improvement plans Annual Technology Inventory submitted to the Georgia Department of Education Annual local County Schools Technology Services budget Surveys Reports of technology utilization and internet activity Infrastructure resources statewide longitudinal data RETURN

Teachers and Employees IT Support Teacher:

Teachers and Employees IT Support Teacher What are your feelings about the transition of technology since you began working here ? How often do you use the technology in your classroom? Do you still have an overhead in your classroom? Do you have a working projector in your class ? Do you combine any other technology with your overhead or LCD projectors ? What one piece of technology do you wish you had in your classroom to help enhance your capabilities ? What are your feelings about the transition of technology since you began working here? How often do you use the technology in your classroom? Do you still have an overhead in your classroom? Do you have a working projector in your class? Do you combine any other technology with your overhead or LCD projectors? What one piece of technology do you wish you had in your classroom to help enhance your capabilities? RETURN

A comparison :

A comparison OVERHEAD Easy to install Write directly on the screen You have to Copy images on to transparencies for more complex visuals Minimum technical problems Less expensive to maintain LCD Easy to install Write directly on the screen with additional active-slate technology or project on a whiteboard and write on it Can project images in color with movement from the internet. Allows easy transition to multiple images. Operates with other technologies. Potable

Emerging: LCD Projectors:

Emerging: LCD Projectors Despite their more expensive price tag, more educators are asking for LCD’s and more schools are trying to make these purchases.

Death to the LCD:

The demise of the LCD is already evident, in the research being done to counteract the negative aspects of the LCD. High power consumption and limited viewing angles has sparked interest in improvements much in part to the flat panel television market. While this technology has been a great assets for now, it will too one day find itself in a closet. Death to the LCD

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