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"The overriding message that can be gleaned from most current research on
the implementation of computer-based technology in K–12 education is that
technology is a means, not an end; it is a tool for achieving instructional
goals, not a goal in itself. And yet, many schools and districts have invested
in computer-based technology before establishing clear plans for how to use
this important tool."

This report can support the premise that schools have a readiness for use of primary sources. This is mainly a reference for thoughts about effective use of technology.