This study aims to construct a planning model for integrated information technology (IT) resource on instruction of school. The proposed model utilizes the open innovation concept to integrate IT into instruction resource allocation. The empirical case study demonstrates that loosening department resource constraints and utilizing De Novo programming technical assistance to gain the optimal resource allocation. Results shows the schools should have important priority for cultivating IT professional teachers of higher grades and teachers should share teaching materials to the others, and how to avoid the resources duplicated of different classes or grades. This IT resource allocation planning model is applicable on universal educational institutions.
PICMET: Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology, Proceedings