The technology coordinator can be seen as the orchestrator in the
school or district, able to balance technology policies and procedures
with device-specific requirements, locate funding and support, and facilitate ongoing training and
support. In a time when technology is constantly changing, the technology coordinator
adapts and stays abreast of the latest developments.
In this new edition of the highly respected Technology Coordinator’s
Handbook, Max Frazier and co-author Doug Hearrington expand the scope of
this practical guide to include:
New processes for technical support and technology lifecycle
Considerations for BYOD programs.
Practical advice on the
implementation of cloud computing services.
Profiles and job descriptions of technology
coordinators and district leaders.
About the Authors
Max Frazier has
more than 35 years of experience working in schools.
He has served as a middle school teacher, university instructor, educational
technology specialist and technology coordinator. He received a doctorate
in educational administration and leadership at Kansas State University
and is currently an associate professor in the School of Education at Newman
University in Wichita, Kansas.
Doug Hearrington is a knowledgeable educational
technologist who is passionate about the transformative promise of technology
and the power of research to foster change. Hearrington's 23 years of experience in
education and educational technology, including a doctoral degree in the field,
give him a unique ability to bridge research and