84% of U.S. teachers surveyed a year ago agree that students having Internet access can improve the quality of education. 75% say that the ‘net can be used to find learning resources to help meet new educational standards. Yet only about 33% say that use of online resources is well integrated into learning and teaching in their classrooms. (NetDay, March 2001; CNN, March 2001) What’s the problem? This conundrum may exist because of limitations in the ways that many teachers think about using online tools and resources in their teaching.
Harris, J. (2002). Wherefore art thou, telecollaboration? Learning & Leading with Technology, 28(8), 46-49.