How Technology Communication Can Improve “Real-Life” Interactions At Your School

Education Week, November 11, 1998, p. 38

A director of college guidance at a Maryland boarding school writes that she was initially skeptical of technology and worried that it would replace face-to-face dialogue and interpersonal relationships with anonymous and impersonal computer interactions.

Instead, she writes that she has found technology is actually a catalyst for striking up personal relations with students and colleagues alike.

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