(1) A graduating student proficient with technology demonstrates solid academic performance. He/she:
(a) applies appropriate technology skills and procedures, and explores increasingly complex concepts and operations;
(b) integrates technology into most phases of projects, selecting appropriate technologies for the task;
(c) demonstrates independence in using technologies to effectively communicate and collaborate in a variety of ways;
(d) evaluates the impact of technology on society and uses technologies ethically and safely;
(e) applies information about available technologies to locate information, to analyze and evaluate the information, and to organize the information to effectively communicate through an original product; and
(f) typically evaluates and applies technological skills to create original work and solve problems in multidisciplinary contexts.