Information technology has been described as a facilitator of organizational learning, especially through its use in managing and disseminating organizational knowledge. This research seeks to demonstrate an empirical relationship between organizations that have a continuous learning culture and the technologies they have acquired. Furthermore, it is proposed that the processes by which technology acquisition decisions are made significantly differ in organizations with a strong learning culture from those organizations without such a culture. The hypotheses proposed by this research will be tested from data collected by a national sample survey.