This document contains the following papers on educational leadership from the SITE (Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education) 2002 conference: (1) "Personality Assessment of Educational Leaders via Technology" (Pamela T. Barber Freeman and Michael L. McFrazier); (2) "Contributions and Concerns of SITE Participants: A Survey of Technology Using Teachers Educators (ASTUTE)" (Niki Davis, Polly Mumma, Deborah Sprague, Elizabeth Riddle, and Lucretia Carter); (3) "Leading Change in Utah Schools with Technology: The T-PLUS Project" (Dan Eastmond and Marti Garlett); (4) "Technology Leadership: Shaping Administrators' Knowledge and Skills through an Online Professional Development Course" (Peggy A. Ertmer, Hua Bai, Chaoyan Dong, Mohammed Khalil, Sung Hee Park, and Ling Wang); (5) "PT3 and T3L--Teaching Tomorrow's Technology Leaders: Preparing School Leaders To Use Technology" (Ian W. Gibson); (6) "NCATE Electronic Document Center and Beyond" (Bob Goeman, Neal Topp, and Paul Clark); (7) "Computer Database Model To Teach Legal Issues in Principalship Program" (Lawrence T. Kajs, Linda Grim McCormick, and John M. Deeman); (8) "Preparing School Administrators To Be Technology Leaders" (Don Knezek); (9) "Teacher Change Processes and Student Products of Exemplary Technology Integration Sites in Kansas" (Marilyn May); (10) "Developing a Relevant Technology Course for Administrators" (Barbara K. McKenziand Nancy G. Mims); (11) "Understanding the Role of School Leaders in Realizing the Potential of ICTs in Education" (Thomas L. Otto and Peter R. Albion); (12)"Disinformation, Academia, and the Web: The Anonymous Battleground" (Thomas Rakes and Glenda Rakes); (13) "Implementation of Information and Communications Technologies in Australian Schools: The Perspective of the Principal" (John Schiller); and (14) "Project Management: From the Perspective of a Graduate Student" (Ling Wang). Several brief summaries of conference presentations are also included. Most papers contain references. (MES)
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