November 2007
T H E Journal;Nov2007, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p50
Several charts are presented that outline the results of a survey of school district technology directors in the U.S. concerning the use of interactive whiteboards, including the percentage of classrooms using interactive whiteboards, factors in interactive whiteboard use and interactive whiteboard usage by grade level.


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