Course level: "Graduate"
"This course enhances the leadership skills and styles of educational technology leaders to promote success in evolving educational organizations. Students examine leading change through leveraging technology in educational organizations. Methods to lead technological change, manage the procurement process, and counteract resistance to technological changes are addressed. The importance of creating a standardized process and language for the integration of technology is of special focus. Benefits of technology and how they influence the strategic road map for the institution are also explored. Competency A: Evaluate the role of leadership in technological change. Competency B: Examine change theories and how they are utilized within an educational setting. Competency C: Apply change management strategies to technological decision making. Competency D: Analyze strategies that influence the change process within an educational organization. Competency E: Propose new processes for technological change based on existing change models in an educational setting."
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What you'll learn
What you’ll learn