Volume 13, Issue 4 (1984)
Guest Editors' Comment: Computers in School Psychology
C. Sue McCullough, L. Stanley Wenck
Microcomputer technology is in its infancy yet there is little that is not touched in some way by microcomputers. One problem of which to be aware in exploring this rapidly changing technology is the tendency for the first usable, but still primitive, product of a new technology to dig itself in. Making choices about how best to use the technology is not always easy because past choices may often haunt us. As schools purchase a variety of microcomputers, new models appear with newer and better features. New software is released with newer and better programs. However, the equipment purchased this year will still be around for years to come, not to be replaced until it is no longer repairable.
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