ATLIS360: A Technology Self-Study Guide For Schools

The Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools (ATLIS) is pleased to share this guide with the independent school community to assist schools in conducting an internal self-study of the role of technology in school programs and operations. It can be used to analyze school-wide initiatives, to conduct departmental strategic planning, to help manage transitions, or to assist in an accreditation review. To create the guide, ATLIS convened a committee of technology directors, other school administrators, visiting team chairs, and directors of accreditation from accrediting associations. The committee sought input and held a forum for gathering comments that included a number of independent school administrators and technology leaders, as well as accreditation professionals. Bill Donovan of Cannon School Concord, North Carolina; Amy Grunat of Drew School, San Francisco, California; and Dawn Klus of the Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS), headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, chaired the original committee. ATLIS is grateful for the countless hours generously donated by these volunteers.

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