1. Given the digital divide that exsists in both undergraduate and graduate classes between the technologically literate and those who are less experienced, how can we appropriately structure the use of ICT in our courses to support learning?
2. What are the ways in which ICT can be used to help us meet our greatest educational hopes and goals?
3. How can we assist students to be critical consumers of websites and virtually published information? How can we challenge them to provide thoughtful analyses of these references, or analytically annotated bibliography.
4. How can we build into our practice a continual reflective critical examination of ICT use?
5. More to come...