My own list:
- faculty and student access problems (what, for instance,
does "access" really mean?)
- the "using new technology for old purposes"
syndrome (is the computer really what Clifford Stoll calls "filmstrip
for the 90s"?)
- the "what problem does this solution actually solve?"
question (everyone's dealt with the computer salesman who responds to the
question, "What do I need this thing for?" by saying, "You'll
never really know until you've got one.")
- and the "any teacher who can be replaced by a computer,
should be" paradox (what are we offering as teachers that no computer
could ever offer . . . and might a computer help us offer it better?)