In an era of increased accountability for schools, it's no longer enough simply to conduct informational studies asking school staff what types of technology they feel comfortable using. These days, school leaders must use this valuable information in a way that increases productivity.

In this case study, the lead media specialist at Winona (Mich.) Middle School explains how to use an online collaboration tool to compile information and effectively follow up on staff self-assessments of technology skills. The process is fairly simple, according to Anderson, who used a free online tool called Profiler (...

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